Loudspeakers for dogs (Pawel Kusmierek )

Subject: Loudspeakers for dogs
From:    Pawel Kusmierek  <pq(at)nencki.gov.pl>
Date:    Fri, 11 Aug 2000 10:59:44 +0200

I need to play some stimuli (real world sounds) to dogs in an experiment on auditory memory and perception. Due to space limitation I have to use small loudspeakers. I think that car loudspeakers with about 15 cm distance (diagonally) between mounting screws would fit best into the place. What I would like to hear from you are any suggestions on speakers of this size that can reproduce sounds faithfully (no distortion, no added harmonics and good frequency response particularly in high frequencies) Should I choose two or three-way speakers? And how to built in the speakers into the apparatus properly: do I need to put them in an enclosure? Or just leave them open-back? Thanks for any suggestons, Pawel Kusmierek

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