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A Time-Align Technique for Loudspeaker System Design
It has become increasingly apparent that the design parameters of a loudspeaker system must not only produce a smooth amplitude vs. frequency response, they must also produce a uniform phase and time characteristic. The ability to see the effects of parameter adjustments in the amplitude, phase, and time vs. frequency characteristics of a loudspeaker system, as the adjustments are being made is discussed.
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