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Virtual Shifting of Speaker Array Components
A lot of notches, side and back lobes exist in the overall 3D-speaker array balloon. The application of different random delay times to some of the array components in the range between 0 and 35 ms achieves lobe-free patterns. The way the resultant array balloon, array coverage, changes with the change of the delay time assignment is totally unrationalized and unformulated.
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