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Acoustical Science and Technology
Vol. 24 (2003) No. 4 P 186-191

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http://doi.org/10.1250/ast.24.186

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In this paper, we present the effectiveness of a software tool for eliminating nonlinear distortions of loudspeaker systems through some experiments. The nonlinear distortions affect the sound quality of loudspeaker systems. We have presented some identification methods of loudspeaker systems and some compensation methods of nonlinear distortions. However, the software tool for compensating the distortions has not been realized yet. We therefore develop the software tool. Experimental results show that the 2nd- and 3nd-order nonlinear distortions of a loudspeaker system can be reduced in the range of 10 [dB] to 20 [dB] by the developed tool when noise level is below 70 [dBA].

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