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Free-Field Pressure Stepfunction Tests Acoustic Transformation Chain

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Because of its physical nature, a condenser microphone is undoubtedly the best device to choose for the receiving side of an acoustical transmission chain. When two high-quality condenser microphones are used with the same frequency response curve, polar and level response nevertheless will sound differently to the user. Discussion very often comes to transient response capability.

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