The Distributed Mode Loudspeaker-Theory and Practice
A theoretical model of the distributed mode loudspeaker (DML) is presented, and compared to that of a conventional, mass-controlled loudspeaker. Electromechanical modelling results are compared to real measurements of example DMLs. The implications of uniform directivity and diffuse radiation to room interactions are discussed.
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