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A Method of Reproducing Concert Hall Sounds by 'Loudspeaker Walls'

A new method for reproducing concert hall sounds in a listening room by 'loudspeaker walls' is presented, which consists of many (over 300) small loudspeakers arrayed on the walls of a listening room. Many uncorrelated reverberation sounds reproduced through the loudspeaker walls simulate diffuse reverberation decay to provide a wide listening area. A subjective experiment conducted for various listening positions has shown that the loudspeaker-wall system has a very wide listening area.

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JAES Volume 46 Issue 11 pp. 988-995; November 1998
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