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A Simplified Equalization Analyzer

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Equalization is compensate for frequency response irregularities in the acoustical environment has now become readily available, and is being increasingly applied, with the proliferation of expensive octave-band equalizers. The basic requirements for proper equalizer adjustment are analyzed, and the low-cost, easy-to-use, accurate equalization analyzer system based upon these criteria is described.

JAES Volume 26 Issue 3 pp. 120-129; March 1978
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