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Subjective evaluation of the Optimal Source Distribution system for virtual acoustic imaging.
A recently proposed "OSD" system overcomes a number of problems, such as loss of dynamic range, deterioration in control performance by small errors and room reflections, which are often associated with binaural synthesis over loudspeakers, by means of a conceptual monopole transducer pair whose span varies as a function of frequency. This paper reports results of objective and subjective evaluation of the system.
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