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Signal Power Spectrum Aspects in Loudspeaker Design
In some stages of loudspeaker design it is necessary to consider a wideband signal rather than the traditional monochromatic sinusoidal signal. The signal defined in the German standard DIN 45 573 is applied to two such stages: the power division between channels in a multichannel system and the determination of the vibration amplitude in actual use.
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