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Design Considerations for Loudspeaker Preference Experiments
An overview is presented of some theoretical and practical problems in the experimental design of preference-based listening tests on loudspeakers. Measurement scales, statistical design techniques; and physical, procedural, and psychological variables are considered. Some consequences of present limitation in observation and theory are discussed. Specific improvements in design strategy are suggested.
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