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Vented-Box Loudspeaker Systems-Part 4: Appendices
The appendices present a method of calculating the system parameters required to obtain a desired alignment defined by transfer-function polynomial coefficients in the presence of enclosure losses together with diaphragm displacement data for that alignment, a derivation of the parameter-impedance relationships that permit parameter evaluation from voice-coil impedance measurements, and a method of evaluating the amounts of absorption, leakage, and vent losses present in a vented-box loudspeaker system.
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