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Vance Dickason's top-selling Loudspeaker Design Cookbook is an essential must-read for serious speaker designers, audio engineers, and anyone looking to master speaker-building technology. The 7th edition is now expanded! The LDC includes Klippel analysis of drivers, a new chapter on loudspeaker voicing which details how to tweak a completed loudspeaker design. This edition includes advice on testing and crossover changes, and an updated chapter on loudspeaker CAD software. The Loudspeaker Design Cookbook book covers the following topics, and much more: How loudspeakers work Closed-box systems Vented-box systems Cabinet construction Loudspeaker baffles Passive and crossover networks Home theater loudspeakers Car audio loudspeakers Vance Dickason is an internationally respected loudspeaker professional who founded Speaker Research Associates (SRA) in the mid-1970s. Since the 1986, he has served as Editor of Voice Coil, The Magazine for the Loudspeaker Industry, in addition to contributing articles to audioXpress and other publications. Vance is currently an independent engineering design consultant and is responsible for numerous loudspeaker designs currently being manufactured for the two-channel, home theater, car audio, and studio monitor markets, including 20 THX home theater LCR/Surround/subwoofer certifications.
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