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It's not so much about what the ear hears, it's more about what the speakers reproduce. In the first instance, you should investigate panning law. This is about ensuring that when you have more than one speaker reproducing a sound at the same time, that the overall level stays equal no matter how much of that sound is being reproduced at any time through any ...


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No speaker can anticipate the volume and do something about it. On the other hand, the issue is not on the speaker, but at stages well before the audio information reaches the speaker. Most probably, the audio gets distorted at the "output of your voice transmission software". This means that the audio that reaches your computer (transmitted from the other ...


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Interesting topic! If you first imagine that sound waves emanating from a point source (which you are going to have to approximate as a speaker) will emit spherically. Where the sphere intersects first with the paper, you will notice a dot on the paper appearing in your image. That is the point at which the wavefront hits the paper and is the earliest ...


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Thanks for all the informative explanations and helpful metaphors AzulShiva. I have a different low frequency problem. I think it's related to this question but please correct me if I'm meant to make a new post. I'm subjected to a technical problem in the floors of a 4 story building. Basically everyday walking becomes amplified through the floor into the ...


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