The meeting agenda was read and approved by no objection.
The report of the October 2005 meeting in New York was read and approved by no objection, but with clarification of the IEC document numbers and nature as described below in the "Liaisons" section.
AES-5id-R: Loudspeaker modeling and measurement - Frequency and angular resolution for measuring, presenting and predicting loudspeaker polar data
No action was requested or required
AES2-R: Specification of loudspeaker components used in professional audio and sound reinforcement
Woodgate spelled out the original intent for the document; to identify base-line requirements for a loudspeaker (drive unit or system) specification sheet.
W. Ahnert requested that clause 6.6 refer to the AES-X83 draft in addition to AES-5id. C. Struck objected to editorial comments on p.10 and elsewhere. After some discussion it was agreed that the project was too far along to be held for ambiguous comments, but that change proposals with complete alternative text would be accepted for one more month (until July). Stewart will request that M. Buck incorporate these changes.
The committee otherwise agreed to submit the draft with all changes accepted for secretariat formatting. Yonge will communicate any questions arising from the secretariat format process on the reflector.
Voishvillo asked how the compilation of sections will be accomplished. Yonge pointed out that secretariat formatting would not change content. Stewart proposed to defer the topic until more sections are available.
The dynamic polarity amendment draft to IEC 60268-5 was briefly discussed. Woodgate asked that it be posted to the website. Klippel commented that the correct phase relationships were not taken into account.
D. Field will send an email regarding ALMA TM100 [formerly AES19-1992 (withdrawn 2003)] copyright permission to secretariat.
The next meeting will be held in conjunction with the 121st Convention, October 2006