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Frequency selective acoustic waveguide damping

Image Number 2 for United States Patent #6278789.

An acoustic waveguide loudspeaker system has an electroacoustical transducer having a vibratile surface. An acoustic waveguide has a first end open and a second end adjacent to the vibratile surface and an effective length corresponding substantially to a quarter wavelength at the lowest frequency of pressure wave energy to be transmitted between the first and second ends. Damping material in the waveguide near the vibratile surface is positioned so as to negligibly attenuate bass frequency energy while of sufficient volume to damp peaks at higher frequencies above the range of the bass frequency energy.

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