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Philips DSS 930: A New Concept in Active Loudspeaker
With the use of widely available DSP, one can dramatically improve the sonic performance of multiway loudspeakers using standard drivers. Therefore one must clearly understand how a multiway loudspeaker works, or how it should work. Design of the DSS 930 will be discussed in this paper with special emphasis on the unique crossover behavior and bass reproduction.
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