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Community Midrange Drivers: Their Design Principles and Some Current Applications
Community's first audio product was the LMF, a round fibreglass midrange horn for a 12- cone driver. We started with midrange, and a focus on that frequency range has been central to our designs ever since. We feel that good midrange performance is the primary requisite of good performance in a sound reinforcement system - the music and vocal information is in the midrange; if that range is not reproduced properly the system will fail in its purpose.
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