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Practical Implementation of Perceptual Rub & Buzz Distortion and Experimental Results
In a previous paper , we demonstrated how an auditory perceptual model based on an ITU standard can be used to detect audible Rub & Buzz defects on loudspeakers using a single tone stimulus. In this paper, we demonstrate a practical implementation using a stepped sine sweep stimulus and present detailed experimental results on loudspeakers including comparison to human listeners and other perceptual methods.
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