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On the Audibility of Non-Minimum Phase Distortion in Audio Systems
Many investigators have tried to find out, whether the human ear is able to detect phases or not. A definitive solution is not found, but it seems to be clear, that the ear in some circumstances is sensitive to phases. Our primary intention is not to continue these investigations, but to find out how phase shift in audio systems affect the quality of music. For this purpose we must know what phase shift a typical audio system has, and be able to simulate this. The results obtained will be verified by means of experiments with artificial signals.
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