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Old 29th December 2017, 06:34 PM   #361
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It's also in Olson's Acoustical Engineering text, sections 5.29 and 5.30. That's also available online.

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So if you consider a room corner as a secondary "manifold exponential" horn (i.e., exponential loading isn't necessary for loading, but the math is more straightforward in the Olson article) when a horn-loaded loudspeaker is placed near a room corner--especially one with a large horn mouth--then you might see that there is more gain or loss of throat loading at the off-axis woofer ports with a MEH-type loudspeaker in a room corner than with a direct radiating bass bin.
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