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Stereo Acoustic Echo Cancellation for Sound Spatialisation Using Pair-Wise Loudspeakers with Cross-Talk Cancellation
This paper explores the use of stereo acoustic echo cancellation, where the method of sound spatialization utilizes a pair-wise loudspeaker paradigm using head-related transfer functions (HRTFs) with crosstalk cancellation. The algorithms utilized for the adaptive filters are the fast affine and the block recursive least squares. The effects of using distributed mode loudspeakers with this method of sound spatialization are also considered.:
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