Assessing the Subjectively Perceived Loudspeaker Quality on the Basis of Objective Parameters
The multidimensional relationship between subjective listening impression and obljective loudspeaker parameters was systematically investigated and a new method for assessing loudspeaker quality was developed. By measuring relevant physical properties of the signal at the listening place and by modeling essential aspects of the psychoacoustical processings, objective measures were determined which allow the results of subjective tests to be explained.
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