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A New Laboratory for Evaluating Multichannel Audio Components and Systems
The design criteria, features, and acoustic measurements of a new listening laboratory designed specifically for listening tests on multichannel loudspeakers and components are described. Among its features is a novel automated speaker shuffler that eliminates loudspeaker position effects or allows the variable to be efficiently tested. Other features include complete computer control of experimental design, control and collection of listener data, making listening tests more reliable and efficient.
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