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A Technique for Improved Performance of Multi-Driver Loudspeaker Arrays Using New Measurement, Modeling and Optimization Processes
Large, multi-driver loudspeaker arrays typically suffer from coverage and response anomalies as a direct result of driver interaction. A new technique has been developed to accurately predict and manage these interactions by tailoring the electrical signal to each driver, thereby optimizing the response of the entire array as a single unit.
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