Over the past eight years, the author has measured the acoustic and electrical performance of more than 360 consumer loudspeakers under identical conditions. A discussion of how a loudspeaker should be measured is followed by general conclusions concerning a) which measurements are most informative regarding system diagnosis and b) which measurements best correlate with sound quality.
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