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Old 18th April 2011, 02:51 AM   #1
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Default How to determine a driver's time-domain response?

Hi, I'm wanting to know if there's a way to figure how a driver will move in response to an input waveform.

Can you consider a speaker driver a driven simple harmonic oscillator? If so, this wouldn't be that hard to figure out....
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