Multichannel electromechanical film panel loudspeaker

Marko Antila, Hannu Nykänen, Kari Saarinen

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Abstract

Flat-panel electromechanical film (EMF) loudspeakers operate on an electrostatic principle. In EMF loudspeakers, the electromechanical film vibrates inside the porous plates in the electric field producing sound. The size of the loudspeaker panel is 500 mm x 600 mm. Nine panels are joined together with a 3 x 3 configuration to form a large, flat surface. Each panel is driven with an individual signal. The behavior of the system has been studied using modeling, measurements, and listening tests.
Original languageEnglish
Title of host publicationProceedings of AES 16th International Conference on Spatial Sound Reproduction
Place of PublicationRovaniemi
Number of pages4
Publication statusPublished - 1999
MoE publication typeB3 Non-refereed article in conference proceedings
EventAES 16th International Conference on Spatial Sound Reproduction - Rovaniemi, Finland
Duration: 10 Apr 199912 Apr 1999
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ConferenceAES 16th International Conference on Spatial Sound Reproduction
CountryFinland
CityRovaniemi
Period10/04/9912/04/99
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Antila, M., Nykänen, H., & Saarinen, K. (1999). Multichannel electromechanical film panel loudspeaker. In Proceedings of AES 16th International Conference on Spatial Sound Reproduction [16-018] Rovaniemi.
Antila, Marko ; Nykänen, Hannu ; Saarinen, Kari. / Multichannel electromechanical film panel loudspeaker. Proceedings of AES 16th International Conference on Spatial Sound Reproduction. Rovaniemi, 1999.
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Antila, M, Nykänen, H & Saarinen, K 1999, Multichannel electromechanical film panel loudspeaker. in Proceedings of AES 16th International Conference on Spatial Sound Reproduction., 16-018, Rovaniemi, AES 16th International Conference on Spatial Sound Reproduction, Rovaniemi, Finland, 10/04/99.

Multichannel electromechanical film panel loudspeaker. / Antila, Marko; Nykänen, Hannu; Saarinen, Kari.

Proceedings of AES 16th International Conference on Spatial Sound Reproduction. Rovaniemi, 1999. 16-018.

Research output: Chapter in Book/Report/Conference proceedingConference article in proceedingsScientific

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Antila M, Nykänen H, Saarinen K. Multichannel electromechanical film panel loudspeaker. In Proceedings of AES 16th International Conference on Spatial Sound Reproduction. Rovaniemi. 1999. 16-018