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Loudspeaker Phase Characteristics and Time Delay Distortion: Part 2
Fourier Integral concepts are explored for the relation existing between a function in the frequency domain and its time domain counterpart. A derivation is obtained for the effect of a loudspeaker's imperfect frequency response as a specific type of time delay distortion of the reproduced signal.
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