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Development of Multipoint Mixed-Phase Equalization System for Multiple Environments
The development of a mixed-phase equalizer is still an open problem in the field of room response equalization. In this context, a multipoint mixed-phased impulse response equalization system is presented taking into consideration a magnitude equalization procedure based on a time-frequency segmentation of the impulse responses and a phase equalization technique based on the group delay analysis. Furthermore, an automatic software tool for the measurement of the environment impulse responses and for the design of a suitable equalizer is presented. Taking advantage of this tool, several tests have been performed considering objective and subjective analysis applied in a real environment and comparing the obtained results with different approaches.
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