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Experiments on Sound Emission from Wooden Surfaces
Experiments brought effective design of an electromagnetic drive unit capable of driving wooden surfaces, preferably soundboards of musical instruments, to reproduce recorded music. A certain required sound power in common loudspeakers comes from a small surface with large displacements. This results in a chance for better linearity and less nuisance with Doppler-effect. Problems are described and realizations explained.
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