Two devices for measuring room impulse responses based on a maximal-length sequence (MLS) Fast Hadamard Transform (FHT) method are described. The first device is based on a custom MLS generator; the second device is based on a commercially available DSP platform. Commonly used room quality measures which were computed from measurements made in a small auditorium are also shown.
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