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The Active Listening Room: Part 3, A Subjective Analysis

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This paper presents the results of computer simulation and the actual room measurements of reflection patterns from the active reflector arrangement in a reference listening room which will be used to create artificial reflections in a five speaker, surround listening configuration. This formulates the third and final phase of design experiments relating to the panel arrangement to create a perceptually reflection free zone involving the analysis of computer modelling and room measurement results. Results of a pilot listening test using a well defined stimuli with artificial reflections generated by the DML loudspeaker arrangements are also presented.

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