There’s something fascinating about science, isn’t there?
Take the Mississippi River. There it is, this big old usually slow flowing curly-qued stream that gives every impression that it’s always been like that…running from about Minneapolis to the … Read more
The Common Loudspeaker File format (CLF) continues to gain acceptance and momentum within the audio industry. The CLF puts the specifications that sound system designers need at their fingertips in a common presentation format. In addition to the standard “spec … Read more
The Common Loudspeaker File Format provides a cross-platform format for the distribution of loudspeaker specifications. In addition to being an electronic specification sheet, the CLF data files can be used directly by a number of room acoustics … Read more
Common Loudspeaker File Format is the result of a collaborative effort by individuals recognizing the need for a platform-independent loudspeaker data format that can be used as a specification sheet as well as by prediction software.