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Proposal for the Specification of Control Rooms for HDTV Multichannel Sound Program Production
For the purpose of establishing a specification of control rooms used for HDTV multichannel sound program production, a study group started work in spring 1992. The following two types of realistic control rooms were considered: floor area 50-/-20 m2, picture monitor CRT 36 in or equivalent; and floor area 100+/-30 m2, picture monitor perforated screen 140 in or equivalent. Interior fabrication acoustic characteristics, loudspeaker arrangement were specified. This paper proposes a guideline for designing control rooms for HDTV multichannel sound production.
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