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The Influence of Room Acoustics on Reproduced Sound, Part 2: Design of Wideband Coincident-Source Loudspeakers

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Archimedes is a psychoacoustics research project with three partners, aiming to use experimental results from free field simulation of room acoustics to improve sound reproduction systems. Preparatory work of one partner is presented, involving the design and construction of wideband sound sources. These employ coincident drive units in a spherical enclosure to provide flat response, low diffraction, and symmetrical directivity.

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