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Transistorized Tone Burst System for Transient Response Testing of Loudspeakers
This paper describes a compact, all solid-state instrument that allows the transient response of a loudspeaker (or system) to be evaluated as the device under test is excited by -trains- of suddenly applied sine waves. The use of standard computer logic modules enables this instrument to produce and read out tone bursts up to 20 kc with relative freedom from spurious, internally generated transients.
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