Loudspeaker Measurement

Loudspeaker measurement is one of the most difficult aspects of audio quality measurement, and also probably the most relevant, since loudspeakers, because they are transducers, have higher distortion than other audio system components.

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Loudspeaker Measurement - Colouration Analysis
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