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Three-Dimensional Sound Localization with Multiple Loudspeakers Using a Pair-Wise Association Paradigm and Embedded HRTFs
A technique of 3-D audio synthesis is proposed using a multi-loudspeaker array (MLA) that embeds a novel pair-wise crosstalk cancellation algorithm. The directional clues inherent in an MLA are further enhanced with HRTF derived information to create a more robust sonic illusion. A range of loudspeaker subtended angles and configurations are investigated to ascertain the optimum loudspeaker locations.
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