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An Approach to the Standard Sound Transducer
Among today's advanced audio devices, a loudspeaker is considered to be at a less satisfactory level of physical characteristics. And, not many attempts have been made to produce a speaker system which can serve as a standard for reproducing sound. This paper describes a newly developed speaker system which provides criteria for evaluating other speaker systems or audio devices. The speaker system is compact compact and provides a nearly flat frequency response in a free field and a good input/output characteristic.
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