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High frequency room responses

R. Walker

High frequency room responses

acoustic design and the control of stereophonic image quality.

by R. Walker

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Published by British Broadcasting Corporation. Research and Development Department in London .
Written in English


Edition Notes

SeriesReports / British Broadcasting Corporation. Research and Development Department -- BBC RD 1994/11
ID Numbers
Open LibraryOL19961407M

Analog Domain. freqs evaluates frequency response for an analog filter defined by two input coefficient vectors, b and operation is similar to that of freqz; you can specify a number of frequency points to use, supply a vector of arbitrary frequency points, and plot the magnitude and phase response of the example shows how to compute and display analog . change in frequency. For attenuations at the low-frequency end, it refers to the loss in gain from the lower cutoff frequency to a frequency one-half the cutoff value. In this example: fLS = 9kHz gain is 0dB fLS / 2 = kHz gain is –6dB Therefore the roll-off is 6dB/octave. This is a little difficult to see on this graph becauseFile Size: 1MB. In order to manage and treat a room’s acoustics, we need to understand how sound behaves in a room beginning with the fundamental differences between high and low-frequency behavior. While oversimplified, from approximately Hz up, sound behaves analogous to a beam of light, a ray or a ball coming out of the speaker.


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Your room frequency response is an indication of the acoustic health of your room. It is your room's response to the frequencies or music you produce inside of it.

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For example, a room that has too much thin absorption will decay quickly at high frequencies, while lower frequencies linger for much longer.

This gives an unbalanced sound, similar to having a high frequency response roll-off. That is, if high frequencies don't linger as long as lower frequencies, the overall energy in the room is lower even.

The graph I attached is of the frequency response in a room at the listening position for a system that been equalized flat at the listening position using room correction.

The typical room is going to cause peaks and valleys in the response which become greater in db magnitude (though not absolute energy) at the higher frequencies as shown in.

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