Perception of Perceived Sound in Rooms: Some Results of the Athena Project
Experiments comparing the use of multiple versus paired comparisons for loudspeaker evaluation, the use of digital band splitting and equalization, and assessing the scope of the loudspeaker/room interaction effect on loudspeaker preference ratings, are disclosed. Finally, the results of an experiment which utilizes loudspeaker/room equalization to lower the variability of preference scores, as well as increase to them, are presented.
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