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The Scalability of the Distributed Mode Loudspeaker (DML) in an Infinite Baffle
A distributed model loudspeaker (DML) operates by introducing bending waves into a specified panel, so that the radiated sound will be diffuse in nature. By mounting the panel into an infinite baffle, the effects of panel edge diffractions will be eliminated, and the directional characteristics can be easily observed. Measurements of sample panels are compared to theoretical models.
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