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A New Approach to Speaker/Room Equalization
This paper examines methods for digital room correction and loudspeaker equalization as they apply to distributed mode flat-panel loudspeakers. It also presents a method that combines linear-predictive coding (LPC) inverse filtering and tunable discrete wavelet transform (DWT) octave-band equalization. Furthermore, it discusses frequency response and time-domain smearing/spread issues and considerations for real-time implementation.:
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