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Power Compression Elimination in Moving-Coil Loudspeakers by the Use of Fan-Actuated Forced-Air Cooling

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The effects of heat on the performance of moving coil loudspeakers has been shown to be detrimental to sound quality and quantity by Button, Danley, Henricksen and others. This paper investigates the use of fan actuated forced air to actively remove heat from the voice coil and motor structure and includes discussion of various designs and fluids.

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