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A Directivity Controlled Loudspeaker System with Low Distortion
This paper describes a monitoring loudspeaker system composed of four low-distortion woofers, each disposed in the vertices of a rhombic form, with a midrange horn located at the center of each woofer and a tweeter horn at the center of the midrange horn. This newly developed loudspeaker system has controlled directivity over a wide frequency range, low distortion, and a sharp sound image.
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