Subjective Effects of First Reflections in a Concert Hall

  • John M. Eargle


The data presented in Figure 148 were developed by Barron. They show the subjective effect of first reflections in a concert hall arriving at the listener at an angle of 40° relative to direct sound arriving from the front of the listener.


Dynamical System Electrical Engineer Reference Data Short Delay Subjective Effect 
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