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Subjective Comparison of Different Car Audio Systems by the Auralization Technique
This paper reports the results of a subjective evaluation experiment, based on the collection of questionnaires compiled by volunteers after listening to sound fields reconstructed by the auralization technique. Each synthetic sound field included both the car's interior noise and and the transfer function of the sound system coupled with the passenger's compartment.
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