It is possible to measure the subjective quality of a sound system by straightforward objective techniques, but not those commonly used for this purpose. The reasons for this discrepancy will be revealed through an analysis of the primary subjective parameters and various means for measuring them. A set of measurement requirements will be developed, and specific techniques suggested.
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