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Small Vented Enclosure Loudspeaker Systems for Speech Reinforcement

Small direct-radiator loudspeakers with surface areas in the order of 10-2 m2, in enclosures with volumes in the order of 10-3 m3, are used for speech reinforcement. Although the high QT of such speakers makes use of Thiel's alignments difficult, vented-enclosure cabinets which enhance performance can be designed by means of computer simulation of a small speaker model.

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