Spacial sound reproduction through crosstalk cancellation and head tracking

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Lloyd, John
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Braasch, Jonas
Perry, Chris
Xiang, Ning
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2015-08
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Architectural sciences
Degree
MS
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Abstract
Real time systems for the reproduction of binaural signals over loudspeakers require crosstalk cancellation (CTC) that necessitates accurate positioning of the listener in a 'sweet spot.' This thesis presents a binaural reproduction system that uses head tracking to update the position information in the CTC filter calculation, moving the sweet spot in concert with the listener.
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August2015
School of Architecture
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School of Architecture
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Rensselaer Polytechnic Institute, Troy, NY
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