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Loudspeaker Rocking Modes (Part 1: Modeling)

@article{Cardenas2015LoudspeakerRM,
  title={Loudspeaker Rocking Modes (Part 1: Modeling)},
  author={William Cardenas and Wolfgang J. Klippel},
  journal={Journal of The Audio Engineering Society},
  year={2015}
}
The rocking of the loudspeaker diaphragm is a severe problem in headphones, micro-speakers and other kinds of loudspeakers causing voice coil rubbing which limits the maximum acoustical output at low frequencies. The root causes of this problem are small irregularities in the circumferential distribution of the stiffness, mass and magnetic field in the gap. A dynamic model describing the mechanism governing rocking modes is presented and a suitable structure for the separation and… 
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