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Experimental Validation of Loudspeaker Equalization Inside Car Cockpits
This paper deals with the definition of an automatic tool to develop digital equalization system for car cockpits. The main purpose is to design a digital audio processor suitable for any car inside, whose programming parameters can be computed with a development tool, which relies only on standard acoustic measurements performed in the target car cockpit. Experimental results of the defined tools are presented using as target a Fiat Lancia Delta.
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