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Analysis and Minimization of Unwanted Resonances in Loudspeaker Systems via FEM Techniques
High output loudspeaker systems, particularly horn loaded loudspeaker system, are often severely affected by unwanted structural resonances due to the high sound pressure locally generated.This sound pressure turns out to be a great stimulus for cabinet?s structural modes. An experimental procedure aimed to resonances minimization is being shown. This method is based on FEM structural analysis techniques validated by accelerometer measurements
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