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A New Device for Dispersing Sound Omnidirectionally from a Tweeter
A device has been developed to control high frequency energy from an ordinary tweeter which produces a diffuse sound field. Two reflecting surfaces are employed to radiate an omnidirectional dispersion pattern. The spatial relationship between the reflecting surfaces controls the shape of the propagating wavefront. Geometric ray models indicate phase response is preserved.
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