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Impulse Response and Frequency Response of a Line Loudspeaker Array
A uniform method is presented to calculate impulse response of an arbitrary point of sound field radiated by a line loudspeaker array. The frequency response is also obtained by applying FFT technology to the impulse response. It is shown that, in any point of sound field, the frequency response is similar to a low-pass filter and the cut off frequency varies with the position of the observation point.
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