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Extended Low-Frequency Performance of Existing Loudspeaker Systems

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Design equations are presented showing how to enhance the low-frequency response of an existing vented loudspeaker system using the active equalizer described by Stahl. This method provides further improvements in low-frequency performance than permiteed by Keele's stepdown method. An example is given showing the enhanced performance of an existing B(6) loudspeaker system without major enclosure modifications.

JAES Volume 32 Issue 1/2 pp. 18-22; February 1984
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