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October 13, 2018

In previous posts (#006 and #008) I have shown how you can make virtual prototypes for loudspeaker drivers. Now, I have also made a tweeter. This geometry can be used for investigating the effect of e.g. ferrofluids, porous materials, former holes, and opening up or closing off the air volume behind...

July 23, 2018

Today we will have a look at an acoustic design that I have been wanting to do for a long time; the Acoustic Demultiplexor.

The acoustic Demultiplexor is a device that can split an input into several outputs based on the frequency content of the input signal. Here, it has three different geometrical...

May 18, 2018

When a loudspeaker driver moves back and forth, the enclosure in which in sits will also vibrate to some extend. We will try to investigate how much it vibrates, how much this will affect the total sound field, and what to do about if, if anything.

Imagine a loudspeaker driver positioned in an enclos...

May 4, 2018

Today we look at how the sound field in a (non-physical) room can be calculated analytically. The application we look at is again the subwoofer, and we seek insight as to where to place our subwoofer(s) to get a desired bass response.

The sound pressure in a room is highly dependent on where in the r...

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