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Binaural Reproduction Over Loudspeakers Using In-situ Measurements of Real Rooms — A Feasibility Study
Binaural reproduction over loudspeakers represents a very promising technique for PC and console gaming applications. Its performance could, however, significantly improve by the incorporation of in-situ plant measurement in its implementation. We present such in-situ plant measurement results for various real rooms and we give a detailed analysis of the optimal choice of parameters for their inversion and of the expected improvements in the performance of the system.
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