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Modeling and Compensation of Nonlinear Distortion in Horn Loudspeakers

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Horn loudspeakers suffer from production of high acoustic distortions. Based on an ideal physical model, an equivalent lumped parameter circuit is determined for a horn-loaded compression driver. From the nonlinear differential equation of this circuit, a compensation algorithm is implemented on a DSP for reducing nonlinear distortion caused by the adiabatic behavior of air. Test results are given.

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