Loudspeaker Splice Test Sequence

The purpose of this sequence is to measure the anechoic response of a loudspeaker in an ordinary room using both a near field and time-windowed, far field measurement "spliced" together to cover the full bandwidth of the loudspeaker's response from 20 to 40 kHz. First, the near field frequency response is measured using a 1/12th octave stepped sine sweep by placing the microphone very close to the low frequency driver (less than an inch from the woofer). Then the far field frequency response is measured using a continuous log sweep with the Time Selective Response analysis algorithm. More

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