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Improving Sound in Your Auditorium

To sum up, room acoustics and the physical limitations of speakers both contribute to poor audio quality. People spend thousands of dollars on new sound systems and speakers only to find out the same problems still exist.

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Binaural recording Wikipedia

Binaural recording is a method of recording sound that uses two microphones, arranged with the intent to create a 3-D stereo sound sensation for the listener of actually being in the room

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GIK Acoustics sound traps Absorb Scatter The

Not necessarily because of sound quality results but because most real life listening rooms will also not be empty with barren corners. Most listening rooms tend to fit in with the family or rest of your life, they a rarely the archetypical lonely empty space with a listening couch positioned at one end of the room and the hi-fi placed at the

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Whatever happened to the quality Loudspeaker Design

Stereo is an auditory illusion created in the mind by the sound streams coming from left and right loudspeakers and by reflections of those sounds in the listening room, and by the room reverberated sounds. Stereo is like a magic trick, an auditory trick that is experienced with closed eyes.

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Headphone Listening Test Methods Aalto University

Headphone Listening Test Methods The outlook, ergonomics etc. of the headphones had an effect to the sound quality evaluation. Thus the simulation method was not validated. with practical arrangements involving the listening room used in the third test.

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A round table about room acoustics, and bass traps.

Robert Harley I think everyone would agree that room acoustics dramatically affect the quality of reproduced sound. Given how important room acoustics are to sound quality, why have acoustics been generally overlooked by audiophiles, when they'll worry about things like the purity of the rhodium plating on binding posts?

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AES E-Library Interaction between Loudspeakers and Room

The physical interaction between loudspeakers and the acoustics of the room in which they are positioned has been well established; however, the influence on listener preferences for loudspeakers that results from such variation in room acoustics has received little experimental verification.

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Building, Design for Sound and Acoustics, Part 1

Lower frequencies play a dominant role in both room acoustics and sound quality by creating standing waves (room modes). These waves distort or color the sound in the room producing a negative effect on audio quality.

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Room Acoustics Forum by Rives Audio Audio Asylum

Unused speakers can affect the sound since the drivers are going to move with pressure variations in the room and that can affect the sound at some frequencies, usually bass frequencies. You also save on the cost of a pair of front speakers if you don't already have a surround system.

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Acoustic Treatment 101 The Ultimate Guide for Home Studios

Then later on, when you begin installing acoustic treatment in your room, use the clap test constantly throughout the process to observe how the sound changes. With each new addition, that nasty ringing should be becoming less prominent, until it disappears completely.

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Acoustic Room Treatment Guide Universal Acoustics

the pro-audio industry for many years. And it's this expertise which goes into the wide range of products we offer to acoustically treat your control room / studio / home cinema room; including speaker isolating Vibro-Pads, Absorption Tiles, Diffuser Tiles, Bass Traps and pre-configured Room Kits.

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The Effect of Domes Shape on the Acoustics of Mosques.

The study of mosque acoustics, with regard to acoustical characteristics, sound quality for speech intelligibility, and other applicable acoustic criteria, has been largely neglected.

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Listening-Room Reflections and the Energy-Time Curve

I got interested in the listening rooms effect on the acoustic "behaviour" of loudspeakers for two reasons. 1) I built a three way speaker system with very good drivers (SS 18W/4741, SS 3004/660000) and two subwoofers, active crossover and separate amplifiers .

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Onkyo AccuEQ Speaker Calibration

Standing waves are soundwaves of the same frequency that don't move spatially, creating acoustic peaks in areas of your room that have a significant impact on audio reproduction quality. They result from sounds reflecting off parallel surfaces of walls, floor, and ceiling, and they affect our perception of sound, sucking the dynamism and

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Boston Acoustics MCS 130 Home Theater Sound Vision

The new vibe at Boston Acoustics is plainly evident in the non-traditional products the company has started selling, such as the TVee Model Two, which is a two-channel TV-sound upgrade that includes a slim soundbar mounted on the TV and a wireless subwoofer.

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Speakers least affected by room acoustics Audiogon

Mar 16, 2018Listening in the nearfield also helps to reduce the effect of the room because a higher percentage of the sound you hear will be coming directly from the speaker. This requires that the speaker be reasonably balanced for such listening (speakers sound much brighter when listening close up, so not too bright speakers will help).

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Listening room size and acoustics. Naim Audio Forums

Room size is important but it isn't the whole story the contstrucion and layout are also important your listening room could be 18m squared but is it perfectly square or long and narrow are the walls solid or plasterboard is the floor suspended or concrete and is it sparsely furnished or very minimalist all of these things will effect sound.

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Does recapping really improve sound? Or is it just psycho

However, when I called a very reputable (and highly recommended) repair tech to see how much it would cost to do the recapping, the repair tech told me not to waste my money because recapping was all psycho-acoustics and would have no effect at all on the sound.

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ROOM ACOUSTICS FOR MULTICHANNEL LISTENING EARLY

is able to judge the aesthetic or artistic quality of audio material and, indeed, many aspects of the technical quality. the image sharpness and to make the stereophonic effect less dependent on the room. Because the key factors in ROOM ACOUSTICS FOR MULTICHANNEL LISTENING EARLY REFLECTION CONTROL ILLUSIONS IN SOUND

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Sound Quality or Timbre Georgia State University

Harmonic Content. The primary contributers to the quality or timbre of the sound of a musical instrument are harmonic content, attack and decay, and vibrato.For sustained tones, the most important of these is the harmonic content, the number and relative intensity of the upper harmonics present in the sound.

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How to make NPR-quality podcasts at home TechHive

Content is obviously the most important element, but people won't listen to the content if the sound quality is bad. And they'll listen longer and more often if the sound quality is really good.

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FAQ Ambiance Acoustics

Materials used in construction, some not even seen with the naked eye, can affect the sound quality as well as the cost of a loudspeaker. A high end loudspeaker design strives for accuracy and listening enjoyment as long term goals, no matter how big or small the speaker size.

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FAQ THX

THX defines every aspect of sound and picture quality in its screening room program, from sound isolation and reverberation management to room acoustics and projected image. Throughout the screening room construction process, THX provides extensive design consulting services.

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