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Acoustic and Transducer Considerations for DSP Loudspeakers

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Digital Signal Processing can correct speaker frequency response to achieve exceptional accuracy. However, in order to maintain that high accuracy, a number of acoustic and transducer errors must be minimized. This paper illustrates and discusses many of these error sources and their correction based on a design done in 2001 for a two way DSP calibrated studio monitor.

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