The requirements of the aircraft industry for environmental testing of electronic components in high intensity sound fields have led to the development of a high-energy, full-frequency-range coaxial transducer assembly. The high acoustic output range from 16 to 18,000 cycles is generated by a low frequency cone employing a unique suspension system, a mid-frequency horn-loaded compression driver, and a group of inductively driven high frequency radiators, all mounted symmetrically within a cast metal frame eighteen inches square.
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