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Issue 2 • Date March-April 1957

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  • [Front cover and tabel of contents]

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  • Election news

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  • IRE-PGA awards

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  • Financial and membership statement

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  • W.R.G. Baker awards

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  • The IRE "Affiliate" plan

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  • With other acoustical and audio societies

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  • Audio applications in the home

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    The quality of home reproduction of sound is strongly dependent upon psychological considerations and the characteristics of the room. To evaluate improved methods of home reproduction it is necessary to check system performance by carefully controlled listener tests. The results obtained from such tests indicate that wide-range reproduction is only acceptable when distortion is kept to an extremely low level. View full abstract»

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  • Audio amplifiers

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    In this paper the design and testing of audio amplifiers is discussed. Attention is also given to the question of comparing the performance of different amplifiers and to the lines along which future investigation should proceed. View full abstract»

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  • Loudspeaker design and application

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    This paper is concerned with the problems involved in the design of loudspeakers and in the assessment of their performance. The incorporation of design data into speaker applications is also discussed. View full abstract»

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  • Some practical aspects of high-fidelity design

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    Modern day practices in designing high-fidelity equipment make necessary certain knowledge concerning the characteristics of components and complete reproducing systems. Some of these characteristics are often overlooked and many times some are overemphasized. Since a listener can hear music reproduced on nothing less than a complete system of some kind, the system characteristics should be those of primary concern. Component evaluation should be based primarily on the considerations involved in placement in a system, and certain parameters of components should maintain their proper relationships to each other. Much criticism today is directed toward basic theory of operation instead of the shortcomings of existing designs. An attempt is being made here to place some of these characteristics in their proper perspective and to point out certain fallacies that exist in the thinking of some people who have not had the opportunity to delve into the practical aspects of high-fidelity design problems. Everything is treated with the view of eventual placement in a complete system. Correlation of measurements and listening tests is an important factor. View full abstract»

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  • Contributors and back cover

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Aims & Scope

This Transactions ceased production in 1962. The current retitled publication is IEEE Transactions on Signal Processing.

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