Sound on Sound, November 2015

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 “In a typical small-studio control room, the height and position of the monitors means that reflections from floor, ceiling and side walls all arrive at the listening position at similar times, with the resultant comb-filtering causing a dip at around 125Hz. The problem is alleviated in this room in Aspen, Colorado, by Carl Tatz’s PhantomFocus system.”

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