Loudspeaker power ratings is a confusing topic in the audio industry. In this article, Pat brings some clarity.
It is generally accepted that a large loudspeaker power rating is a sign of quality and something to be … Read more
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Does two like loudspeakers give the results when measured? Pat tested five types of loudspeakers and posted the results.
I was working on some array predictions and wondered just how close “like” … Read more
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How much additional SPL is realized with manifolded compression drivers? Pat Brown made some measurements and shared the results.
A recent thread on the Syn-Aud-Con email discussion group concerned manifolded compression drivers. How much additional SPL is … Read more
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In this article, Charlie Hughes will help you understand how limiters can be used to provide protection from over excursion.
Using limiters to protect loudspeakers is nothing new. In many applications a limiter is placed immediately in … Read more
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This article touches on two things: The required amplifier size so that a given loudspeaker may achieve a target SPL and caution that must be used when driving loudspeakers with the very large amplifiers.
In this article, Pat Brown addresses some subtleties regarding early decay time calculation and significance.
The Spring installment of our Newsletter featured an exposé on the Early-Decay Time and its relevance to the design of a sound … Read more
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In this article Pat Brown and Peter Mapp looks at early decay time as a system performance benchmark.
It’s been over 100 years since Wallace Clement Sabine did his ground-breaking acoustical study of the … Read more
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