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Analysis of Design Parameters for Crosstalk Cancellation Filters Applied to Different Loudspeaker Configurations
Crosstalk cancellation is critical to rendering of binaural signals using loudspeakers. This study explores three different inversion techniques for selecting the optimum parameter for crosstalk filter applied to over 200 loudspeaker configurations. To obtain optimum parameters the bandwidth, filter length, and regularization constant were varied for each configuration and method. Results were dependent on the method, span angles, and filter length.
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