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Subjective Evaluation of Factors Affecting Two-Channel Stereophony

In transmitting and reproducing two-channel stereophonic signals, the original program material may be modified deliberately or unintentionally. Separation upper and lower cutoff frequencies as well as full-band channel separation (in db) have been evaluated subjectively in terms of detection of spatial difference, preservation of spatial resemblance, and listener preference. In addition, other pertinent observations on subjective aspects are reported.

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JAES Volume 9 Issue 1 pp. 19-28; January 1961
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