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Analysis of the Effects of Nonlinear Elements Upon the Performance of a Back Enclosed Direct Radiator Loudspeaker Mechanism
The purpose of this report is to analyze the performance of the nonlinear suspension and the nonlinear stiffness of the air in the cabinet in a back enclosed, direct radiator loudspeaker and to describe a direct radiator loudspeaker in which the air in the cabinet is the controlling mechanical impedance in the low frequency range.
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