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Improvements in Monitor Loudspeaker Systems
As the recording industry enjoys the benefits of both digital and advanced analog recording technology, attention is appropriately focused on the use of compression driver and horn designs which are some 25 to 30 years old. Evolutionary improvements in woofers, compression drivers, and dividing networks combined with new constant coverage horn designs have resulted in frequency response more consistently uniform at all coverage angles (yielding flat power response( along with lowered distortion and increased acoustic power output at the frequency extremes.
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