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Multiple-levels- and -spectra-pathing symmetrical arrays of monopoles

Posted 6th January 2017 at 05:23 PM by Grasso789

This is about multiple-spectra-pathing ("multi-way") loudspeakers made of several monopoles, in explanation omnidirectional sound sources, but I really mean direct radiators as opposed to horns, which are more directional. I think about home, rehersal and club loudspeakers, not stadium ones. While multiple-spectra-pathing enables large power at wide bandwidth, seams between paths are usually audible, altho that could have been avoided rite from the start, at least technically. But instead of fixing problems at source, one has relentlessly used power to paint over them.

Computers can cover up phase distortion, which has been introduced by common multiple-spectra-pathing, and improve beamwidth. But the natural solution is a symmetrical arrangement of lopass drivers embracing one hipass driver, an arrangement commonly referred to as D'Appolito arangement, combined with a cross-over of first order.

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