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Controlling Sound-Image Localization in Stereophonic Reproduction

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In conventional two-channel stereophonic reproduction the sound image appears only between the left and right loudspeakers. A new localization theory, derived from a model of hearing, governs a reproducing system that extends the sound-image area beyond the loudspeakers. The basic theory of this new technology and its applications in stereophonic systems are described.

JAES Volume 29 Issue 11 pp. 794-799; November 1981
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