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Power Improvement in Crosstalk Cancellation Using Psychoacoustic Frequency Masking
The intention of crosstalk cancellation is to invert the transmission path of the system. Based on psychoacoustic masking in the frequency domain, the inversion problem is relaxed when many perceptual equivalent outputs exist. This paper presents a scheme that is capable of reducing the power consumption by employing frequency masking and frequency-dependent regularization. Subjective testing was also conducted to verify the perceptual quality.:
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