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A Compact, Single-Cabinet, Stereophonic Speaker System

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A loudspeaker design is described, utilizing reflections from the walls of the listening room to provide broad virtual sources with good separation. Deflector baffles in the form of doors are used to reduce the sound reaching the listener directly from the speakers. The sound fields so created are continuous, and thus provide good -center fill- without additional speakers. Frequencies below 150 cps fro both channels are reproduced by one dual voice-coil woofer, of high-compliance design.

JAES Volume 7 Issue 4 pp. 217-222; October 1959
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