Loudspeaker Complex Directional Response Characterization
For complex directional response data to be useful, it must be gathered and deployed in a much more disciplined manner than has typically been applied to magnitude-only data. The loudspeaker under test and measurement microphone must be precisely positioned; geometrical errors must be corrected; and, temperature variations must be accounted for. An object oriented data structure is described which facilitates solutions to each of these challenges. Practical applications employing the new data structure are also presented.
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