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[feature article] The AES has been actively promoting the topic of automotive audio in recent years, through the activities of the Technical Council and through a range of papers and workshops specializing in this important field. Now that many people spend more time listening to music in their cars than they do in their living rooms, and considering that the interiors of vehicles now have the potential to house a truck load of multimedia devices, R&D organizations around the world have budgeted increased funds to improve the sound quality engineering of these environments. In this article some themes from recent works are brought together and developed.
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