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Electronic Crossover Networks and Their Contribution to Improved Loudspeaker Transient Response
Tone burst testing of loudspeakers provides a significant indication of a loudspeaker's ability to reproduce transients in program material. This paper will present a comparison of several studio monitor loudspeaker systems and illustrate the improvement in loudspeaker transient response when electronic crossover networks and multiple amplifiers are used to replace conventional inductor-capacitor crossover networks.
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