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Considerations for the Optimal Location and Boundary Effects for Loudspeakers in an Automotive Interior
Referencing earlier work by the authors on the boundary effects in an automotive vehicle interior (AES Preprint4245, May 1996) on the mid-to-high frequency timbral changes in the sound field due to the proximity to loudspeakers of reflective, semi-rigid surfaces, modeling of midsize loudspeakers in the interior of an automobile is reported on, as well as modeled results for a specific case are given.
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