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DSP in Loudspeakers
[Feature] Digital signal processing is used increasingly in loudspeakers to compensate for a range of linear and nonlinear distortion processes that typically arise. DSP can also be used in crossover design and for controlling the spatial radiation characteristics of loudspeakers or loudspeaker arrays. This requires the detailed understanding and modeling of the acoustical deficiencies and behavior of transducers and cabinets. In this article we summarize a number of papers describing recent research in this field; they were all presented at the AES 32nd International Conference, held in Denmark in September 2007.
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