The diffuse nature of the radiated sound from a distributed-mode loudspeaker is likely to produce a less severe boundary interaction normally associated with early reflections and their related audible coloration. This effect is investigated and comparisons are drawn between specular phase-coherent speakers and distributed-mode panel (DML) radiators. Results are presented and supported by both measurement and analysis.
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