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Optimization of the Low-Frequency Response of Loudspeaker Systems (French)

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A direct approach for synthesis of direct-radiator loudspeaker systems is the simulation of the transfer function. By this method, the design is simplified and not restricted to standard alignments. A catalog of the best responses has been established for closed-, vented- and passive radiator-boxes. For any particular system, the optimal response is easily chosen and the values of parameters derived.

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