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Measured Performance of Loudspeaker Combinations
Professional loudspeaker components are almost never used singly, but, rather, in various combinations designed to enhance their response, dispersion, and/or power handling characteristics. However, even if the performance characteristics of the individual units are well-behaved and well-known, those of the combination may not be. Actual measured performance of several widely-used combinations are presented and discussed.
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