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A Transistorized Tone Burst System for Transient Response Testing of Loudspeakers

The compact, all solid-state instrument to be described is oner that allows the transient response of a loudspeaker (or system) to be evaluated as the device under test is excited by -trains- of suddenly applied sine waves. The use of standard computer logic modules allows the instrument to produce and read out tone bursts up to 20 K c.p.s. with relative freedom from spurious, internally generated transients.

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