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Recent developments on WFS for high quality spatial sound reproduction
Wave Field Synthesis (WFS) is a method to reproduce spatial sound with a correct localization over a large listening area. It enables a high quality sound reproduction of sound objects according to for instance the MPEG-4 standard, but also compatible reproduction of 2/0 and 3/2 sound material. Recent developments will be presented concerning true perspective acoustic reproduction, also in combination with video projection, making use of different types of loudspeaker arrays, including multi-exciter DML-panels.
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