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Horn-Loaded Electrostatic Loudspeaker

An electrostatically driven foil diaphragm is loaded acoustically by a horn having the throat area 10 times smaller than that of the diaphragm. The resulting acoustical transformation enables one to increase considerably the frequency range. Cross section of a patented arrangement, design data, dimensions, and results are presented.

JAES Volume 19 Issue 10 pp. 840-846; November 1971
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