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On -Out-of-Head Localization- in Headphone Listening

-Out-of-head localization- in binaural headphone listening has been found to be possible when the acoustic energy density ratio of reflected sound to direct sound in a room is controlled properly. An analysis has been made concerning the characteristics of reflected sound at both ears, and a new headphone system has been constructed which achieves equivalence between headphone and loudspeaker listening.

JAES Volume 24 Issue 9 pp. 710-716; November 1976
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