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The Analysis of Spatial Distribution of Signals Emitted by a Loudspeaker System
The paper describes the results of an analysis of spatial distribution of signals emitted by loudspeaker systems. The measurements and calculations were carried out for both the spectral and time domain of signals for different angles in the vertical and horizontal plane of the loudspeaker systems under investigation. The specific relation between the spectral and time domain structure of signals and their spatial registration points is found.
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