Combining preference ratings with sensory profiling for the comparison of audio reproduction systems

Tim Walton, Michael Evans, Frank Melchior, David Kirk

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Abstract

One aim of perceptual audio evaluation is to understand the relationships between individual sensory attributes and overall quality of experience. This paper discusses one perceptual evaluation method by which this can be realized. Open Profiling of Quality (OPQ), a method first introduced in the field of visual and audiovisual evaluation, involves psychoperceptual evaluation, sensory profiling, and external preference mapping stages and is suitable for use with naïve listeners. Here, a methodological case study is presented in which we discuss the implementation of this method and its adaptation for the comparison of audio reproduction systems.
Original languageEnglish
Publication statusPublished - 11 May 2017
EventAudio Engineering Society 142nd Convention - Berlin
Duration: 11 May 2017 → …

Conference

ConferenceAudio Engineering Society 142nd Convention
Period11/05/17 → …

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