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Compression driver

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  1. a type of loudspeaker driver which uses the technique of "compression" to achieve high efficiencies

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  2. Hannah and Slepian are the first to discuss the benefits of using a large radiating diaphragm with a horn of smaller throat area as a means of increasing the efficiency of horn loudspeaker drivers

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  3. In this context compression refers to the fact that the area of the loudspeaker diaphragm is significantly larger than the aperture through which the sound is radiated

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  4. Compression Drivers most commonly used in high sound pressure level applications

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  5. They are normally used in conjunction with Acoustical Horns

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  6. Horn-loaded Compression Drivers can achieve extremely high efficiencies compared to direct-radiating loudspeakers

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