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Design Parameters of a Dual Woofer Loudspeaker System
During the initial design stage of a new speaker system the possibility of using a dual woofer approach was investigated. While the theoretical advantages of two woofers over one of the same size are well known, there are also advantages over a woofer of the next larger standard size. It was determined that even greater gains could be achieved if the new woofers were specifically designed for dual operation. Other factors such as tweeter design and mounting and crossover technique are discussed.
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