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Binaural Sound Reproduction at Home

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Binaural reproduction of speech and music by AM-FM radio broadcasts, magnetic tape, and disc records bring the home listener the greatest feeling of being present yet experienced. This next use of audio will be discussed in relation to its general principles, together with equipment placement in the studio and in the home. Room and studio acoustic problems will be considered for the most practical binaural -two-ear- listening.

JAES Volume 1 Issue 1 pp. 142-145; January 1953
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