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Multichannel and "SOR" principles for conferencing and teleconferencing systems

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A multichannel sound for a teleconferencing system with better sound quality and wide-band multichannel sound production, transmission and reproduction is described. This method has the advantages of the coincidence of visual and auditory perspective, of the minimum of feedback a.s.o. The first part treads a modern solution to optimizing the technology of the multichannel production and the minimizing of echo and noise. The second part treads the complete solution with large picture. The third part shows the applications of the principles of the Delta-Stereophony-Systems (SOR) for multichannel conferencing systems.

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