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Interface Intermodulation Distortion (IIM) in Power Amplifiers
This paper deals with intermodulation distortion (IIM) which is cased by loudspeaker-induced error signals. It is shown that the loudspeaker must fulfill certain conditions in order to produce IIM-distortion. Experiments with a real loudspeaker show that these conditions are not fulfilled: loudspeakers are unlikely to produce IIM-distortion.
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