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Low-Frequency Range Extension of Loudspeakers

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A passive electric network connected between the driving amplifier and a closed-box direct-radiator loudspeaker can extend the low-frequency response of the loudspeaker system to frequencies below the diaphragm mass-enclosure compliance resonance without requiring additional voltage output capability of the amplifier. Design details for such a closed-box system are shown.

JAES Volume 33 Issue 6 pp. 440-446; June 1985
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