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Determination of Loudspeaker Signal Arrival Times: Part 1

Prediction has been made that the effect of imperfect loudspeaker frequency response is equivalent to an ensemble of otherwise perfect loudspeakers spread out behind the real position of the speaker creating a spatial smearing of the original sound source. Analysis and experimental evidence are presented of a coherent communication investigation made for verification of the phenomena.

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JAES Volume 19 Issue 9 pp. 734-743; October 1971
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