Measuring Audible Effects of Time Delays in Listening Rooms
Comb filter and all-pass time delay effects from stereo speakers in a representative listening room were auditioned and analyzed using a Time Delay Spectrometry analyzer. Considerable care was required to produce measurements that correlated with the audible effect. Conclusions are presented on the sonic relevance of some time, phase, and response measurements of speakers designed for stereo music reproduction.
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