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Stereo Widening For Loudspeakers In Mobile Devices
A new cross-talk cancellation system is proposed for processing normal stereo signals to be played back through a pair of very closely-spaced loudspeakers, such as in a mobile phone. The goal of the proposed system is to substantially widen the stereo image while maintaining the timbre of the original stereo material. Several implementations of the system are shown and the advantages over traditional cross-talk cancellation systems are discussed.
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