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Some Aspects of High Frequency Loudspeaker Design
Graphical data are presented which relate to various aspects of high frequency loudspeaker design. Response uniformity, distortion, resonance, sensitivity, impedance, and dispersion are shown as functions of such parameters as cone material and shape, cone diameter, damping pads, rear chamber volume, etc. A step by step evolution of a particular high frequency loudspeaker is described and data given.
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