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Sub-Band Adaptive Crosstalk Cancellation: A Novel Approach for Immersive Audio
In the field of immersive audio, crosstalk canceller is required when a virtual sound is rendered over two loudspeakers. In the last decade several adaptive algorithms have been proposed: nowadays the least square (LMS) algorithm seems to be the best compromise between simplicity and robustness although its convergence is weaken for colored inputs. In this work a new approach for crosstalk cancellation based on a sub-band adaptive algorithm will be derived. The effectiveness of this algorithm, considering colored input, will be presented in terms of matrix inversion quality and fast convergence rate comparing it with the conventional LMS algorithm.
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