This paper presents a modal analysis and the sound pressure field for the vibrator membrane of an actual portable loudspeaker. Unlike the conventional way to model the membrane’s edge under a simply supported condition, the present approach takes the glued edge to be elastically supported. With theoretical derivations for such treatment, this paper also presents the associated near-field and far-field sound pressures that have not been reported in the open literature. Fundamentally, calculation of the near-field sound pressure solution for the elastically supported membrane has difficulty with numerical convergence. In this paper, integral regularization is employed to enforce the convergence. From the viewpoint of acoustic engineers, the analysis may effectively help to tailor the design of a loudspeaker that caters to consumers’ preference.