The application of a special microphone arrangement in an artificial head for the investigations in architectural acoustics, led to a new 2-channel recording method that avoids well known deficiencies of present day stereophony with headphones. The new method allows correct reproduction of acoustical information at any place in a room, eliminating well known shortcomings, such as: sound sources appearing in the head, lacking of the information from the center plane, overestimation of reverberation and difficult distance judgement.
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