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Sound Quality Measurements in Headphones

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A technique for identifying important measurable headphone parameters is presented. Fifty-two headphones of the same model, were computer clustered into 4 groups based on frequency response and listening tests performed to determine subjective sound quality. Correlation at the 95% significance level with the voice coil impedance was found but no correlation with distortion or frequency measures was observed.

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