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Measurement and Simulation Results Comparing the Acoustics of Various Direct Radiators in the Presence of a Dominant Specular Reflection

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The acoustics of conventional, dipolar, and panel loudspeakers are compared in the presence of a dominant specular reflection, using both measurement and numerical simulation. Following the suggestions of earlier papers, the degree of correlation between the direct and indirect sounds is investigated. The concept of a -correlation map- is introduced.:

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