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Posté le: Mar 10 Avr - 11:58 (2018) Sujet du message: Interpretation of impulse response delay
I have a question about the interpretation of the time delay measured using impulse response for a passive speaker. Do we expect the time delay measured that way to always correspond to the distance between the speaker and the listening position or are there other acoustical influences? Background of my question is that I have speakers where the IR delay reflects the speaker distance very well and others where the IR is delayed more than a ms further. Typically the speakers with higher IR delay are closer to the LP and close to a back wall. So I am wondering if the delay in the IR in such cases can represent something else than just the distance to the front of the speaker? Please help.
I didn't find the right solution from the Internet.