Presentation and Interpretation of Loudspeaker Measurement Results
Although many different techniques are currently available for performing precision loudspeaker measurements, errors can occur in the interpretation of the results. Guidelines are provided for presenting the data in a common, standardized format. The influence of calibration, reference levels, test conditions, and postprocessing are discussed. Examples are shown for various functions and coordinates.
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