In the Danish LoDist project on distortion from dynamic low-frequency loudspeakers, a detailed nonlinear model of loudspeakers has been developed. The model has been implemented in a PC program so that it can be used to create signals for listening tests and analysis. Also, different methods for describing the nonlinearities have been developed. Different aspects of modeling loudspeaker nonlinearities are discussed, and the program is briefly described.
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