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Acoustical transducer for recreating a spatial sound stage and improved localization of original sounds sources

Image Number 7 for United States Patent #6643379.

The present invention relates to a unique stereophonic speaker system of unique construction and true left and right speakers assemblies, booth physically and electrically. The speaker assemblies, located to the left and right front sides of a room effectively recreate the sound characteristics of a sound stage. Each speaker assembly includes a plurality of axially aligned speakers supported one above the other in a housing made of flexible material and which can vibrate and resonate. Each speaker assembly includes cutouts in the side wall of the housing, the speakers being positioned such that the side wall with the cutouts are in facing relation. The left channel information must be played in the left speaker assembly and the right channel information must be played in the right speaker assembly.

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