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Lowering Mechanical Noise Floor in Speakers

Discussion in 'Technology News' started by The News Bot, Mar 17, 2005.

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    When designing a loudspeaker system for home or studio use, with the goal of maximizing sonic accuracy, there are a handful of key areas to focus on when it comes time to judge how successful the design is. Among the top three subjective criteria used in judging success in reaching the goal of sonic accuracy are soundstaging and transparency. Focusing on the latter, one of the things the designer...

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