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Calibration of Relative Level Differences of a Domestic Multichannel Sound Reproduction System
This paper examines a number of subjective experiments on the calibration of relative level differences of a multichannel sound system. The results show that the calibration signal has significant influence on the calibration, and that the calibration has a significant influence on the quality of reproduction of spatial information and overall quality of standard audio-visual material.
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