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Old 29th September 2010, 10:46 AM   #1
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about the German Forum
Theorien und Literatur über Lautsprecher - Verstärker, Lautsprecher, Zubehör - Analog-Forum
you will find a good overview.
here on diyaudio I have found only this:
DIY Loudspeaker Books
loudspeaker books
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www.hornlautsprecher.de - solutions in sound
a lot of datasheets and the complete book (in German) "Dichtung und Wahrheit" you will find as PDF file

Magazines:
Voicecoil:
http://www.audioxpress.com/magsdirx/voxcoil/index.htm - test example:
http://www.moreleurope.com/data/medi...%20reprint.pdf

More books and magazines (also from other countries) wanted - thank you for additional advices.

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My favorite chapter so far in the Shackman book is titled ...."Dicker Magnete" . Now I just need to learn how to read German.
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My favorite chapter so far in the Shackman book is titled ...."Dicker Magnete" . Now I just need to learn how to read German.
Perhaps one of the users (with same perfect language knowledge by English and German) can perform a translation for the main fraction with english languages. My own english isn't perfect enought for that. The complete book is free to download for all.
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My favorite chapter so far in the Shackman book is titled ...."Dicker Magnete" . Now I just need to learn how to read German.
Literally: Intelligence instead of big magnets.
Actual meaning is probably more along the lines of 'better design rather than just bigger magnets'.

I know this must be very disappointing for the anglophones around here! ;-)


ps: I suppose I could do a decent job translating this but (and this is a big BUT(T), even bigger than my wifes!) I truly loath translating texts and there is no way I'd go through that torture for free. Sorry!!!
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