A design of a passive-radiator loudspeaker system involves participation of more than seven variables. This is a tedious task, and transfer designer's work in the field of art. An automated design procedure can perform such a task relatively easily. The program defines box volume and passive-radiator mechanical mass needed for the frequency response to comply with previously defined tolerance field.
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