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The FrameworkI wanted the frame for my open baffle speaker to accommodate a large variety of drivers, and be wide enough to sound good.


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This not only applies to speaker cones but also to panel vibrations. The sound behind the driver cone should not come back out through the cone. Other conclusions were drawn from observations at CES, dealer show rooms and private listening venues. I have learned much from observation and from my own experimentation. The room must approach frequency independent reflection-diffusion-absorption behavior above Hz. Stereo Recording and Rendering. I have always been fascinated by the multi-disciplinary approach that has to be taken to the design of loudspeakers, if the goal is higher than another typical consumer product. Box loudspeakers Small boxes have fewer problems with panel resonances, cone re-radiation, and polar response than large boxes. Some Conclusions. The 3D free-space response of tweeters and very small loudspeakers can be measured in typical domestic rooms, if the required microphone distance is small compared to the reflection path distances. Further reduction of this distortion brings no audible improvement. Mostly they confirmed what others already had written about, such as in the many publications of the AES, or the classic texts of Olson and Beranek. Thus SPL is limited by driver volume displacement at the very lowest frequencies and becomes amplifier limited as frequency increases. These relationships seem to be difficult to grasp by audiophiles. An acoustic event has dimensions of Time, Tone, Loudness and Space Have they been recorded and rendered sensibly? Loudspeakers should be positioned out in the room, at least 3' 1 m away from reflecting surfaces. Furthermore, since excursion is limited with these drivers the radiating area has to be large to move a sufficient air volume.. This allows the delayed, reflected sounds from the room boundaries to have the same spectral signature as the direct sound. Conventional box speakers are always omni-directional at low frequencies and increasingly forward directional at high frequencies and thus the room reflections color the sound. Box panels can radiate more sound at certain frequencies than coming from the cone. This requires omni-directional or dipole loudspeakers that are free standing in the room. Being an active speaker, two drivers of very different sensitivities could be combined in order to obtain omni-directional radiation. Realistic bass levels can be obtained from dynamic drivers in open baffles, not from panels. For accuracy it is necessary to reproduce sound at near realistic SPL so that the ear generates the correct timbre due to its own distortion. Open baffle loudspeakers reproduce bass with less room interaction. But in sound reproduction there are still areas that have not been studied to the point where clear prescriptions or limits can be given as, for example, to sound distribution in acoustically small spaces, or to audibility thresholds for non-linear distortion. For extreme SPL requirements the number of drivers could get very large and, therefore, below 50 Hz they are more economically replaced by sealed box subwoofers. Non-linear distortion - intermodulation, harmonic, clipping - affects primarily the maximum tolerable sound pressure level. ORION exemplifies open baffle loudspeaker design in terms of polar response control and dynamic range. Since loudspeakers are listened to in closed spaces there are fundamentally only two ways in which they should illuminate the room sound-wise: Either omni-directionally or uniformly directional over the whole range from low to high frequencies. Bass response was extended by equalization and not by a resonant vent. I have not come to conclusions about a line source that extends floor-to-ceiling, is infinitely long acoustically, and thus generates a cylindrical wave. The power amplifiers of an active loudspeaker system see a benign load resistive, slightly inductive over their assigned frequency range, unless it includes the mechanical resonance of the driver highly capacitive and inductive. Vented bass speakers are resonant structures and store energy which is released over time. Many of them are obvious, but I state them since their sonic consequences seem to be underestimated. It is more articulate than from box speakers. There are probably more and I might add them as I think of them. It circumvents the limitations of large panel radiators and yields a small package. PLUTO is not merely another 2-way box speaker. This requires that any reflecting surfaces and objects are at least 10' 3 m away from the source, that the distance to the microphone is greater than the largest dimension of the baffle, and that the source is rotated around its acoustic center axis. All accurate speakers will essentially sound the same when listened to in a setup that is appropriate to their specific design. If it is comfortable for conversation and living in it, then it is also suited for sound reproduction. It is difficult to screw up an open baffle speaker design to where it sounds worse than your typical box speaker. At frequencies where a 8" driver would become directional it has wider frontal dispersion for an open baffle than if the baffle were closed in the back. In an active loudspeaker system each driver has its own power amplifier. When designing a loudspeaker it is essential to perform free-space measurements to see the effects of driver directivity and baffle shape on the important polar response. Bass from box speakers has more "punch" than from open baffle speakers, but is less airy. Large panel radiators or long line radiators suffer from severe lobing at higher frequencies. The single and much larger power amplifier that is required for a passive crossover loudspeaker has to drive a complex load, which places more stringent requirements on its dynamic stability and overall performance. Linear distortion - frequency response, polar response, resonance - affects primarily the timbre and clarity of a loudspeaker. The background for many of them can be found on the pages of this website. Three-Box active system Reference earphones. Placing absorbers at reflection points is the wrong approach.{/INSERTKEYS}{/PARAGRAPH} It seems that this could be an alternate approach to illuminating a room uniformly at all frequencies. Speaker placement to the inch based on some room acoustic calculation is nonsense. Loudspeakers The best one can hope for with 2-channel sound reproduction is the illusion of listening into the recording venue. That approach must include old and new understandings in the fields of mechanics, electronics, acoustics, and psycho-acoustics, as well as extensive experience with test and measurement. So here are some conclusions that I have come to. Audio production. Secondary radiation from enclosure panels and through the driver membrane from inside of the enclosure were eliminated. The low masses of the moving parts in an ESL, a planar magnetic, or a ribbon driver are necessary to generate useful sound pressure levels. Conversations with Fitz. Listening rooms The room is rarely at fault. Since sound reproduction is about creating an illusion it becomes very important to avoid or minimize any clues that would detract from the illusion. Open baffle speakers reach deeper into the room and are less subject to the room response if their polar response is well behaved. Omni and dipole loudspeakers can sound nearly identical in any given room when properly set up. Typical box speakers have a generic sound due to their polar response, panel resonances, re-radiation through the cone and vented bass. Sound reproduction in domestic size living spaces has been a life-long interest to me. The force generated by an electrostatic or planar magnetic motor is weak. They occur typically in the mid-frequency range and are difficult to suppress. An open baffle circumvents the box problems of delayed radiation through cone and enclosure panels. Such clues come from linear-distortions, such as frequency and polar response, and from non-linear distortions with their generation of tones and sounds that were not in the original. It manifests in critical room and listener placement. Different amplifiers may sound different. This gives maximum control over the mechanical motion of each driver and most efficient use of amplifier power. 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Since SPL is proportional to air volume acceleration, and moving parts Acceleration is Force divided by Mass, the mass has to be lower if the force is too weak to generate sufficient acceleration. I will write them in the form of statements. Amplifier power could be an issue as frequency increases, where it requires higher cone acceleration to reach Xmax. At lower frequencies it is more practical to use boundary measurements, but their integration with the free-space data requires thought and experimental verification. There is a level of non-linear distortion that is "good enough" relative to other flaws in the loudspeaker. Rooms should have lots of diffusive elements and not sound like a stuffed pillow if open baffle or omni speakers are used. There are many different loudspeaker designs available commercially. {PARAGRAPH}{INSERTKEYS}LX - Store. Physics does not allow the accurate reproduction of the original sound field with only two speakers. The transition in polar radiation from 4 p to 2 p baffle step that is typical for the majority of loudspeakers guarantees non-uniform illumination of the room. Open baffle loudspeakers Open baffle speakers are inefficient in terms of the mechanical movement that is required to create a given level of sound. The Magic in 2-Channel Sound. Loudness control or response shaping gives a poor approximation to the Fletcher-Munson curves.