Discrete-time models of loudspeaker dynamics are presented. These have been developed to simplify digital processing for active loudspeaker control. The discrete-time representations are in contrast to classical loudspeaker models, which are all represented in continuous time. This simplifies implementation of such aspects of active control as parameter identification, equalisation, and nonlinear distortion compensation.
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