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Can You Really Hear It? Psychoacoustics in Action

[Feature] Audio systems often take advantage of the subtleties of human perception. Is it possible to hear the effect of using extra-high sampling frequencies, or the effect of packet loss when using different types of error concealment? Does stereo make a difference to loudspeaker timbre and what sort of sound quality compromises are acceptable for mobile multimedia?

JAES Volume 55 Issue 1/2 pp. 75-79; February 2007
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