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High-Fidelity Sound System Equalization by Analysis of Standing Waves

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Standing waves of sound are a major factor in home high-fidelity reproduction. While their effects can be neutralized to some extent by electronic equalization, the results may be less than adequate at the lowest audio frequencies. A study was made of standing waves in a rectangular room and a method of equalizing low frequencies by optimizing loudspeaker placement was developed.

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JAES Volume 22 Issue 10 pp. 795-799; December 1974
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