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Use of a High Spatial Resolution Microphone to Characterize the Early Reflections Generated by a WFS Loudspeaker Array
This article deals with a characterization of the early reflections generated by a linear Wave Field Synthesis (WFS) array. Techniques based on the use of planar microphone arrays suffer from an inability to discriminate side-wall reflections from ceiling-floor reflections. An approach combining the use of a high spatial resolution microphone with a geometric model is investigated in order to overcome this problem.
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