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Carefully controlled listening tests employing -A-B ing- equipment of unique design indicate that high fidelity stereo reproduction systems will require full range frequency directional information. It is interesting to note that the change in stereo perception with frequency, if any, probably results from a quantitative degradation rather than an effect limited strictly to certain acoustical wavelengths.
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