AuthorsHill, Adam J.
AffiliationUniversity of Derby
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AbstractThe general aim of live sound reinforcement is to deliver an appropriate and consistent listening experience across an audience. Achieving this in the subwoofer range (typically between 20 – 100 Hz) has been the focus of previous work, where techniques have been developed to allow for consistent sound energy distribution over a wide area. While this provides system designers with a powerful set of tools, it brings with it many potential metrics to quantify performance. This research identifies key indicators of subwoofer system performance and proposes a single weighted metric to quantify overall performance. Both centrally-distributed and left/right configurations are analyzed using the new metric to highlight functionality.
CitationHill, A.J. (2018) 'Live sound subwoofer system performance quantification'. Proceedings of the 144th Convention of the Audio Engineering Society, Milan, Italy. May..
PublisherAudio Engineering Society
JournalProceedings of the 144th Convention of the Audio Engineering Society
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