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An Introduction to the Design of Filtered Loudspeaker Systems

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An analysis is given of the overall response and input impedance of second-order loudspeaker systems when fed through first- and second-order electrical filters. Some useful relationships are established which are applicable to the design of crossover networks with loudspeaker termination and which also lead to the synthesis of composite high-pass systems.

JAES Volume 23 Issue 7 pp. 536-545; September 1975
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