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Many sound engineers and composers use their -golden- ears to receive many unpleasant sounds, such as disturbing early reflections, reverberation from a room and the environment, and noise originating from ventilators or exterior sources. Large or small loudspeakers have different influences on the sound levels at the listening position. In addition to other recommendations, minimum requirements are described, including some acoustical measures.:
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