AN 80 Rocking Mode Analysis on Headphone Transducers
New Application Note
This application note demonstrates how to solve problems with rocking modes in electrodynamic loudspeaker transducers, with special attention to headphones and microspeaker drivers. Rocking modes (oscillating tilting motion of the diaphragm) at large amplitudes are highly undesired since they can cause impulsive signal distortion, limit the usable output and reduce the durability of the transducer.
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