In order to study the homogeneity of the sound field in relatively small rooms, four different configurations varying in acoustic treatment were tested. Two of the configurations used specially constructed sidewall panels for scattering sound, while the other two used mostly sound-absorbing materials. A homogeneous sound field is best achieved with extensive use of diffusive elements. Room treatment had a stronger influence on the sound field than the position of measurement.
Loutridis, S. J.
Affiliation: Technological Institute of Larissa, Department of Electrical Engineering, Sensors and Instrumentation Laboratory, Larissa, Greece
JAES Volume 57 Issue 4 pp. 195-204; April 2009
Publication Date: April 22, 2009
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