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Listening Test Results from a new Digital Loudspeaker/Room Correction Systems
A new three band loudspeaker/room correction system has been designed in order to reveal what room acoustic properties and psychoacoustic relations are necessary and sufficient to consider. Most parameters are variable, and the system is designed to enable real-time implementation. A small scale listening test has revealed that even when operating on high-end audio equipment and employing a well damped listening room, improvements in reproduction quality can be achieved. Also in a listening position far away from the optimal and corrected one, some improvement is observed.
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