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July 28, 2017

This blog post has previously been posted on LinkedIn, but since such content requires an account, it has been reposted here.


When investigating the sound pressure from a loudspeaker driver, the displacement of the diaphragm has to be either known, e.g. via an electro-acoustic analogy cir...

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