To develop a high order of satisfaction for the listener in the home with sound reproduction from a radio receiver or phonograph requires the application of both art and science. The highest order of listener acceptance in sound reproduction is obtained when both the artistic and scientific aspects are integrated and developed to the maximum degree possible within the constraints of practical considerations. The scientific and artistic fundamentals of sound reproducing in the home are developed from the standpoints of ideal sound reproducing systems, the acoustics of stereophonic sound, and the application of communication theory in stereophonic sound reproduction.
Olson, Harry F.; Belar, Herbert
Affiliation: RCA Laboratories, Princeton, NJ
JAES Volume 8 Issue 1 pp. 7-11; January 1960
Publication Date: January 1, 1960
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