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Practical Method to Evaluate Noise Generation Systems

The paper presents the method used to test the accuracy of a fully calibrated noise generation system. The method is based on a frequency response comparison of binaural recordings done in real and simulated environments. The paper will give examples coming from two different audio laboratories. It will also illustrate the influence of the head and torso unit’s miss-position on the noise reproduction accuracy.

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