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Ideas for Applying Incoherent Signal Alignment to Practical Sound System Design
A new concept for loudspeaker array design, called Incoherent Signal Alignment, was introduced and its advantages in sound reinforcement were clearly demonstrated in a previous paper. Further practical applications of this new concept for real-world loudspeaker systems and a calculation method for determining proper parameter values are described in this paper.
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