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Acoustics and the Active Enclosure

When a sound reinforcement is introduced into any passive acoustic enclosure, it becomes an integral element of the total acoustical network. Factors governing the -acoustics- become more controllable. Planning of the enclosure may profitably include the active elements to optimize the total network. Simplified formulas and a ready reckoner provide means to predict the final realization with greater accuracy.

JAES Volume 20 Issue 10 pp. 823-826; December 1972
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