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A User-Friendly Methodology for Subjective Listening Tests
Subjective evaluation of audio components has been portrayed by some as being imprecise, difficult to properly implement, and requiring extraordinary efforts to maintain validity. This paper describes a methodology for, and explores some of the technical details of subjective listening tests which are structured to be useful to non-statisticians, and allow determination of actual differences, yet not violate reasonable criteria for validity.
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