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Electrically Manifested Distortions of Condenser Microphones in Audio Frequency Circuits

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Current approaches defining the electrically manifested distortions of condenser microphones yield results of varying accuracy. Based on the analytical solution of Ernsthausen, a calculation for the audio frequency circuit is presented which reveals the influence on distortion of the actual membrane movement. Results are shown for older and modern studio condenser microphones constructed of a single membrane and without center suspension.

JAES Volume 48 Issue 6 pp. 559-563; June 2000
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