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Accurate Model for the Push-Pull Electrostatic Loudspeaker

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A model is being developed for the electrostatic loudspeaker, which incorporates simultaneously the mechanical, acoustical, and electrical behavior of the diaphragm. The nonlinear model can be solved fairly accurately in the steady state and is used for calculating the frequency- and level-dependent sensitivity and distortion for an infinite-strip push-pull electrostatic loudspeaker. The results are compared with previously published and new iproved small-signal approximations.

JAES Volume 43 Issue 7/8 pp. 563-572; July 1995
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