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The Theory of Loudspeaker Cabinet Resonances
The loudspeaker cabinet is capable of structural analysis to determine causes and cures for panel vibration problems. Several kinds of vibration excitation methods are analyzed along with the modes of vibration to be expected. Several results of this study are of great importance to cabinet designers.
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