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The Loudspeaker Design Cookbook

Author : Vance Dickason
Publisher : Audio Amateur Publications
Release : 2006
Category : Technology & Engineering
ISBN : 1882580478
File Size : 39,9 Mb
Total Download : 378

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The Loudspeaker Design Cookbook

Author : Vance Dickason
Publisher : Audio Amateur Publications
Release : 2000
Category : High-fidelity sound systems
ISBN : 1882580338
File Size : 49,9 Mb
Total Download : 594

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Book Summary: Everything you need to build a loudspeaker system.

Speaker Building 201

Author : Ray Alden
Publisher : Audio Amateur Publications
Release : 2004
Category : Technology & Engineering
ISBN : 1882580451
File Size : 18,9 Mb
Total Download : 998

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Book Summary: With this book, anyone can become a speaker builder. You don't need an elaborate workshop, expensive analytical equipment, or sophisticted software. Learn the concepts you need or chhose any of the eleven tested and proven speaker designs included in the book. Contains all the information the speaker builder needs to design and build a first-rate system, one that surpasses higher-cost commercial products.

Loudspeaker Recipes

Author : Vance Dickason
Publisher : Audio Amateur Publications
Release : 1994
Category : Technology & Engineering
ISBN : PSU:000044906573
File Size : 43,9 Mb
Total Download : 294

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Introduction to Loudspeaker Design

Author : John L Murphy
Publisher : Unknown
Release : 2014-03-04
Category : Uncategorized
ISBN : 0966377346
File Size : 46,9 Mb
Total Download : 107

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Book Summary: Introduction to Loudspeaker Design is written for students, technicians, engineers and hobbyists seeking an overview of the technology of loudspeakers. Starting with a brief history of audio developments the book begins by introducing the concepts of frequency, pitch and loudness and proceeds to develop the idea of a loudspeaker as a system. The book covers such topics as loudspeaker design tradeoffs, spatial loading, diffraction loss, cavity effect and enclosure construction. A complete chapter is devoted to the subject of crossover design including design equations. The second edition adds a new chapter on simulation and analysis which includes design equations for closed and vented type speakers. The appendices contain technical references, design aids, glossaries and a chart depicting 18 different loudspeaker enclosure types. The author is a physicist/audio design engineer with over 35 years experience in the research and development of audio products spanning both hardware and software. His WinSpeakerz, TrueRTA and DATS software applications are widely used throughout the audio industry as tools for simulating and measuring loudspeaker performance. Captain Murphy served as a space systems analyst for NORAD during his military career. Changes for the Second Edition: The second edition brings new material and polishes the first edition with many new or improved illustrations. Chapter 2 was expanded with the second half split into a new Chapter 3 titled "Speaker Response Functions." The discussion of Thiele-Small parameters has been expanded and now covers small-signal parameters vs. large-signal parameters as it explores the role of the test signal level in parameter measurement. The crossover design chapter has been expanded to include formulas for calculating component values for the most popular crossover types. Equations have been added for calculating impedance compensation and attenuation networks. The old Chapter 7 FAQ material was integrated into other chapters as appropriate. A new Chapter 8 titled "Loudspeaker Simulation" has been added and introduces loudspeaker equivalent circuit analysis with equations for calculating the magnitude and phase responses of closed and vented loudspeaker systems. Additional design equations are introduced and then examples are given for calculating the responses of a closed box and a vented box loudspeaker. Detailed design equation summaries are given for closed and vented boxes. Appendix C was added to provide a glossary of symbols and a glossary of terms. The box type charts were moved to Appendix D.

Advanced Speaker Designs for the Hobbyist and Technican

Author : Ray Alden,Joseph A. D'Appolito
Publisher : Delmar
Release : 1995
Category : Technology & Engineering
ISBN : PSU:000044839765
File Size : 38,9 Mb
Total Download : 302

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Book Summary: Advanced Speaker Designs shows the electronics hobbyist and the experienced technician how to create high-quality speaker systems for the home, office, or auditorium. Every part of the system is covered in detail, from the driver and crossover network to the enclosure itself. You can build speaker systems from the parts lists and instructions provided, or you can actually learn to calculate design parameters, system responses, and component values with scientific calculators or PC software. You can also learn how to measure driver parameters and predict system responses for greater precision.

Sound Systems: Design and Optimization

Author : Bob McCarthy
Publisher : CRC Press
Release : 2016-02-26
Category : Technology & Engineering
ISBN : 9781317911081
File Size : 30,9 Mb
Total Download : 211

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Book Summary: Sound Systems: Design and Optimization provides an accessible and unique perspective on the behavior of sound systems in the practical world. The third edition reflects current trends in the audio field thereby providing readers with the newest methodologies and techniques. In this greatly expanded new edition, you’ll find clearer explanations, a more streamlined organization, increased coverage of current technologies and comprehensive case studies of the author’s award-winning work in the field. As the only book devoted exclusively to modern tools and techniques in this emerging field, Sound Systems: Design and Optimization provides the specialized guidance needed to perfect your design skills. This book helps you: Improve your design and optimization decisions by understanding how audiences perceive reinforced sound Use modern analyzers and prediction programs to select speaker placement, equalization, delay and level settings based on how loudspeakers interact in the space Define speaker array configurations and design strategies that maximize the potential for spatial uniformity Gain a comprehensive understanding of the tools and techniques required to generate a design that will create a successful transmission/reception model