Loudspeakers, Mutual Coupling and Phantom Images in Rooms
The use of loudspeakers in pairs for the reproduction of two-channel stereo gives rise to mutual coupling effects which compound the usual loudspeaker/room interface problems. In this paper, the performance of pairs of idealized loudspeakers in various idealized acoustic environments is discussed and conclusions are drawn concerning the reproduction of centrally-panned phantom images.
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