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The Localization of Phantom Images in an Omnidirectional Stereophonic Loudspeaker System
While testing a 360 degree dispersion stereophonic loudspeaker system, anomalies in terms of 'depth' and 'size' in the perception of phantom images were noticed. This has led to an investigation of phantom images in both stereophonic and monophonic music reproduction. Differences in the perception of high and low frequencies are considered and a hypothesis regarding the relationship between the perception of reverberant fields of the source room and playback rooms is presented.
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