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New Measurement Techniques for Portable Listening Devices: Technical Report - October 2013
An Extended Model for Impedance and Compensation of Electro-Dynamic Loudspeaker Units and an Algorithm for Their Determination
The impedance of loudspeaker units can be described by lumped-element models, which increase the efficiency and accuracy of cross-over design if applicable over the entire frequency range. We have extended current models to obtain excellent description in the entire useful range. Also, algorithms have been designed which automatically find the best parameters for the lumped-element model and a compensation network, which are easily implemented on a PC.
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