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The Elephant in the Lab – AudioXPress
Posted by Acoustics First in Articles, Mentions on September 3, 2020
AudioXPress turned to Acoustics First® for their “Focus on Acoustics” Edition (August 2020), to help shed light on what test data is – and what it isn’t. Many people rely on lab results when trying to find products that meet design criteria… but there are limitations to this data. The “Elephant in the Lab” is that there is no such thing as absolute, repeatable, accuracy in lab tests… and this article brings to light why that is, and why it will likely always be the case.
It also addresses the impact this has on calculation accuracy, simulations, and what is being done to address this issue.
Read the article on AudioXPress.com
You can get more information about the AudioXPress August 2020 issue here.
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