A subjective test study was carried out in order to identify the perceptibility of changes in the Q-factor of room modes. The experimental technique concentrates on the identification of difference limen for three levels of Q-factor referring to modes in rooms used for critical listening. Trends show that changes in higher Q values are more perceptible than those for lower Q values. The results may be applied in decisions for treatment of modes in common listening and control rooms.
Fazenda, Bruno M.; Davies, William J.; Avis, Mark R.
Affiliation: The University of Salford, Salford, Manchester, UK
AES Convention: 115 (October 2003) Paper Number: 5905
Publication Date: October 1, 2003
Subject: Psychoacoustics, Perception, and Listening Tests
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