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Test Signal Generation and Accuracy of Turntable Control in a Dummy-Head Measurement System
To measure the variations of the head-related transfer function (HRTF) caused by the acoustical environment near the head, a precisely controlled measurement setup with increased signal-to-noise ratio is needed. Based on the conclusions of an earlier investigation, a fully automatic dummy-head measurement system was installed in an anechoic room. An alternative way of generating a pseudorandom test signal is described as well as the rebuilding of the Brüel & Kjaer turntable for accurate settings of azimuth.
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