Low-Frequency Loudspeaker Assessment by Nearfield Sound-Pressure Measurement*

@inproceedings{KEELE2000LowFrequencyLA,
  title={Low-Frequency Loudspeaker Assessment by Nearfield Sound-Pressure Measurement*},
  author={D. B. KEELE},
  year={2000}
}
  • D. B. KEELE
  • Published 2000
GLOSSARY OF SYMBOLS r distance from pressure sample point to center of piston a radius of circular radiator R_ dc resistance of driver voice coil ao radius of diaphragm, = _/SD/_r E surface area ay radius of circular vent, = 5/Sv/_r SD effective projected surface area of driver diaphragm c velocity of sound in air, = 343 m/s Sv cross-sectional area of vent ein voltage applied to driver input SPL sound pressure level, in dB re 20/xN/m 2 [ frequency, in Hz Uo output volume velocity of acoustic… CONTINUE READING

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