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Passive-Radiator Loudspeaker Systems Part 1: Analysis
The passive-radiator loudspeaker system is a close relative of the vented-box sysem and is capable of similar low-frequency performance. The passive radiator may be of any area but should preferably have a suspension with high compliance and low mechanical losses. It should also possess a linear volume displacement limit at least twice that of the system driver.
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