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Construction of Equivalent Electrical Circuits for a Loudspeaker Moving System
The properties of a loudspeaker moving system can be analyzed on the basis of an equivalent electrical circuit. For low frequencies, the parameters of this circuit can be easily identified. For higher frequencies, the equivalent electrical circuit can be obtained in a purely formal manner using methods of electrical circuit synthesis. In this paper, the algorithms of such a synthesis are described, and examples for loudspeakers are presented.
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