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Power and Real Signals in an Audio System
The power requirements for amplifiers and drivers in a one-, two-, and three-channel active loudspeaker system have been determined analyzing the moving power maxima of 70 sequences recorded musical and speech signals for different time constant and frequency bands. it was found that the distribution of these maxima follows a double exponential law. A computer program was used to process the data.
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