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Automotive Audio Optimization, Testing, and Evaluation

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[Feature] Virtual or simulated environments are becoming an important tool in the tuning and evaluation of car audio systems. The main challenge seems to be generating convincing evidence that the results from such simulations are sufficiently similar to those from real cars to be usable as an alternative. There is evidence that engine harmonic cancellation can coexist with entertainment audio “under one roof,” provided that care is taken over the evaluation criteria. Finally, loudspeaker control systems can be combined with microphone systems in cars to create a fully self-contained test system.

JAES Volume 67 Issue 10 pp. 814-818; October 2019
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