This study compares two sets of sensory profiles of eight headphones, obtained in two experiments, with the intent of revealing the differences and or limitations of these methods: The first experiment used a double blind approach with headphone auralizations and in the second experiment assessors listened to the actual headphones, as a non-blind experiment. The results of each experiment are analyzed and compared to reveal the differences, and causes for these differences, for each attribute.
Affiliation: DELTA SenseLab, Hørsholm, Denmark
AES Conference: 2016 AES International Conference on Headphone Technology (August 2016)
Paper Number: 5-1
Publication Date: August 19, 2016
Subject: Perceptual Evaluation / Perceptual Audio Evaluation
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