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Low-Frequency Response and Efficiency Relationships in Direct-Radiator Loudspeaker Systems
Close control of QT at low-frequency resonance is required to maintain flat response in closed-box loudspeaker systems. Increasing the midband efficiency increases electrical damping. Overdamping and loss of low-frequency output may occur unless an optimal compromise is reached among midband efficiency and electrical, mechanical, and acoustic damping.
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