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Vibration Behaviour of Single-Suspension Electrodynamic Loudspeakers
The vibration behavior of small, single-suspension loudspeakers is investigated experimentally. A theoretical model of rocking-mode behavior was developed from these measurements. The theoretical models are used to assess the problems of rocking modes and other behavior introduced by the single-suspension construction.:
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