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Unitized Stereophonic Loudspeaker with Acoustically Augmented Separation of the Sound Sources
A unitized stereophonic loudspeaker has been developed with the following features and characteristics; a single cabinet of small dimensions; loudspeaker mechanisms mounted in the ends of the cabinet, increasing the effective distance between the virtual sound sources of the loudspeakers by a distance of twice the diameter of the loudspeakers as compared to mounting the loudspeakers in the front of the cabinet; acoustic waveguides which direct the sound radiations from the end-mounted loudspeakers in a forward direction.
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