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Measurements of the Input Impedance of Loudspeaker Horns

The horn forms the acoustic load for its compression driver. Therefore it is helpful to know the input acoustic impedance of the horn with sufficient accuracy. Many methods for measuring acoustic impedances have already been proposed. Two methods suitable for measuring horns are described, and some measuring results are shown.

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JAES Volume 29 Issue 6 pp. 416-20; June 1981
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