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Observations on the Audibility of Acoustic Polarity
A number of experiments are described which show that absolute acoustic polarity is clearly audible in certain select cases of reproduced sound from acoustical instruments. The nature of the audible differences and the characteristics of the temporal signals which lend themselves to audibility are described. A large double blind listening experiment using varied musical program material is described as well.
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