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1. (WO2019067016) COMPENSATING FOR AN ATYPICAL DISPLACEMENT OF A MEMBRANE OF AN AUDIO TRANSDUCER
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WHAT IS CLAIMED IS:

1 . A method, comprising:

analyzing, by a computing system, one or more signals transmitted to an audio transducer;

determining, by the computing system and based on the analyzing the one or more signals, an inductance of electronic components affecting the one or more signals; and

modifying, by the computing system and based on using the determined inductance to determine that atypical displacement of a membrane of the audio transducer has occurred, the one or more signals to compensate for the atypical displacement of the membrane of the audio transducer.

2. The method of claim 1 , wherein:

the one or more signals transmitted to the audio transducer include an oscillating audio signal; and

modifying the one or more signals transmitted to the audio transducer includes adjusting a DC component of the oscillating audio signal to compensate for the effects of the atypical displacement of the membrane of the audio transducer.

3. The method of claim 1 , wherein:

the one or more signals transmitted to the audio transducer includes an oscillating audio signal; and

modifying the one or more signals transmitted to the audio transducer includes adjusting a gain of the oscillating audio signal to limit or prevent asymmetric clipping of the membrane of the audio transducer resulting from the atypical displacement of the membrane of the audio transducer.

4. The method of claim 3, wherein adjusting the gain of the oscillating audio signal includes reducing a gain of one or more first frequencies of the oscillating audio signal while not reducing a gain of one or more second frequencies of the oscillating audio signal, or modifying the gain of the one or more second frequencies of the oscillating audio signal in a different manner than the reduction in gain to the one or more second frequencies of the audio signal.

5. The method of claim 1 , further comprising:

determining, by the computing system and based on the analysis of the one or more signals transmitted to the audio transducer, that the membrane of the audio transducer is experiencing asymmetric clipping; and

wherein modifying the one or more signals transmitted to the audio transducer is further based on having determined that the membrane of the audio transducer is experiencing asymmetric clipping and the modification limits the asymmetric clipping of the membrane of the audio transducer.

6. The method of claim 5, wherein determining that the membrane of the audio transducer is experiencing asymmetric clipping includes determining that a characteristic of the one or more signals transmitted to the audio transducer are experiencing clipping.

7. The method of claim 1 , wherein determining that atypical displacement of the membrane of the audio transducer has occurred using the determined inductance includes determining that a relationship of the determined inductance to voltage or current has offset at least a threshold amount of volts or amps with respect to an expected relationship of inductance to voltage.

8. The method of claim 1 , wherein determining the inductance of the electronic components includes analyzing (i) a current signal that is an input signal for an amplifier of the audio transducer, and (ii) a voltage signal across the amplifier of the audio transducer.

9. The method of claim 1 , wherein modifying the one or more signals transmitted to the audio transducer to compensate for the atypical displacement includes reducing a level of the modifying of the one or more signals over a period of time based on pre-determined information that indicates a rate of depressurization.

10. A system comprising:

an audio transducer;

one or more processors; and

one or more computer-readable devices including instructions that, when executed by the one or more processors, causes the performance of operations that comprise:

analyzing one or more signals transmitted to the audio transducer;

determining, based on the analyzing the one or more signals, an inductance of electronic components affecting the one or more signals; and modifying, based on using the determined inductance to determine that atypical displacement of a membrane of the audio transducer has occurred, the one or more signals to compensate for the atypical displacement of the membrane of the audio transducer.

1 1 . The system of claim 10, wherein:

the one or more signals transmitted to the audio transducer include an oscillating audio signal; and

modifying the one or more signals transmitted to the audio transducer includes adjusting a DC component of the oscillating audio signal to compensate for the effects of the atypical displacement of the membrane of the audio transducer.

12. The system of claim 10, wherein:

the one or more signals transmitted to the audio transducer includes an oscillating audio signal; and

modifying the one or more signals transmitted to the audio transducer includes adjusting a gain of the oscillating audio signal to limit or prevent asymmetric clipping of the membrane of the audio transducer resulting from the atypical displacement of the membrane of the audio transducer.

13. The system of claim 12, wherein adjusting the gain of the oscillating audio signal includes reducing a gain of one or more first frequencies of the oscillating audio signal while not reducing a gain of one or more second frequencies of the oscillating audio signal, or modifying the gain of the one or more second frequencies of the oscillating audio signal in a different manner than the reduction in gain to the one or more second frequencies of the audio signal.

14. The system of claim 10, wherein the operations further comprise: determining, by the computing system and based on the analysis of the one or more signals transmitted to the audio transducer, that the membrane of the audio transducer is experiencing asymmetric clipping; and

wherein modifying the one or more signals transmitted to the audio transducer is further based on having determined that the membrane of the audio transducer is experiencing asymmetric clipping and the modification limits the asymmetric clipping of the membrane of the audio transducer.

15. The system of claim 14, wherein determining that the membrane of the audio transducer is experiencing asymmetric clipping includes determining that a characteristic of the one or more signals transmitted to the audio transducer are experiencing clipping.

16. The system of claim 10, wherein determining that atypical

displacement of the membrane of the audio transducer has occurred using the determined inductance includes determining that a relationship of the determined inductance to voltage or current has offset at least a threshold amount of volts or amps with respect to an expected relationship of inductance to voltage.

17. The system of claim 10, wherein determining the inductance of the electronic components includes analyzing (i) a current signal that is an input signal for an amplifier of the audio transducer, and (ii) a voltage signal across the amplifier of the audio transducer.

18. The system of claim 10, wherein modifying the one or more signals transmitted to the audio transducer to compensate for the atypical displacement includes reducing a level of the modifying of the one or more signals over a period of time based on pre-determined information that indicates a rate of depressurization.

19. A non-transitory computer-readable medium storing instructions which, when executed by a computing system, cause the computing system to perform the operations of the method as claimed in any of claims 1 to 9.