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Complete Thermal Protection of an Active Loudspeaker
The paper describes the implementation of thermal protection in an active loudspeaker. The protection system has been designed to protect the loudspeaker drive units from any signal that can cause thermal damage to the units. The protection has also been designed so that the loudspeaker can generate the maximum sound pressure level for the longest period of time and can be subjectively acceptable.:
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