7th Edition Loudspeaker Design Cookbook by Vance Dickason
The Loudspeaker Design Cookbook has everything you need to know to build that dream loudspeaker system for your home, your car, or your new home theater, but thought you couldn’t afford.
It shows easy ways to pick exactly the right parts, boxes, and pleasing finish as well as the correct way to feed your music to your new, superb loudspeaker system. Contains proven designs, a world of the best sources, and easy ways to test the results for yourself.
This popular book has been translated into German, Portuguese, French, Dutch, and Italian. It is considered by many to be the bible of loudspeaker design.
Now available in this newly revised edition, the 7th edition includes more graphs and references than ever before. Five years in the making, this completely revised and updated book represents the standard in loudspeaker design and construction. New for the seventh edition is a major study on cabinet diffraction and reflection, improving woofer linearity, loudspeaker “voicing” and an update on software.
Paperback, 275 pages
Published by Audio Amateur Press
Publication date: January 2006
Size (inches): 0.60 x 10.84 x 8.44
List price: $39.95
0. How Loudspeakers Work
1. Closed-Box Low-Frequency Systems
2. Vented-Box Low-Frequency Systems
3. Passive-Radiator Low-Frequency Systems
4. Transmission-Line Low-Frequency Systems
5. Cabinet Construction: Shape and Damping
6. Loudspeaker Baffles
7. Passive and Active Crossover Networks
8. Loudspeaker Testing
9. CAD Software for Loudspeaker Design
10. Home Theater Loudspeakers
11. Car Audio Loudspeakers
12. Two System Designs