Contextual Effects on Sound Quality Judgements: Part II – Multi-Stimulus vs. Single Stimulus Method

@inproceedings{Beresford2006ContextualEO,
  title={Contextual Effects on Sound Quality Judgements: Part II – Multi-Stimulus vs. Single Stimulus Method},
  author={Kathryn Beresford and Neville F. Ford and Francis Rumsey and S. Zielinski},
  year={2006}
}
In a previous pilot experiment (Part I), a single stimulus method was employed to evaluate contextual effects on sound quality judgements. In this investigation (Part II), a multi-stimulus comparison method was used to evaluate the potential influence of listening context on sound quality judgements. Audio quality was assessed, as before, in two differing audio environments: a left-hand drive vehicle and an ITU-R BS.1116-conformant listening room. Trained and untrained listeners compared and… CONTINUE READING

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