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In an attempt to deelop less cumbersome stereo speaker systems for home use, subjective listening tests were undertaken. A good two-speaker system was used as reference. Using crossover networks and delaying signals to speaker reduced the -precedence effect- and the listener's ability to assign particular frequencies to a particular speaker. A simple application of the principles to home use is illustrated.
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