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The Directivity Patterns of Loudspeaker Systems
The directivity behavior of loudspeaker systems through the crossover region is not well documented. An analysis technique has been developed using a commercial software package which has the capability of understanding mathematical equations. The directivity through the crossover region is analyzed for sources fed by crossover networks, for two-way systems with one tweeter and woofer and for one tweeter and double woofer configurations.
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