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Off-axis cross-talk cancellation evaluation of 2-channel and 3-channel OPSODIS soundbars

Off-axis cross-talk cancellation evaluation of 2-channel and 3-channel OPSODIS soundbars
Off-axis cross-talk cancellation evaluation of 2-channel and 3-channel OPSODIS soundbars
Optimal Source Distribution (OPSODIS) theory enables binaural cross-talk cancellation (CTC) without significant losses in dynamic range and audio quality, associated with alternative forms of transaural systems. Two types of sound-bars, a 2-channel OPSODIS and a 3-channel OPSODIS, have been developed and have proven to offer good binaural reproduction for a central, on-axis listener. This paper aims to evaluate their ability to offer CTC for second and third listeners in
off-axis positions, within a realistic home listening environment.
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Institute of Acoustics
Morgan, Dylan
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Takeuchi, Takashi
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Holland, Keith
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Morgan, Dylan
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Takeuchi, Takashi
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Holland, Keith
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Morgan, Dylan, Takeuchi, Takashi and Holland, Keith (2016) Off-axis cross-talk cancellation evaluation of 2-channel and 3-channel OPSODIS soundbars. In Proceedings of the Institute of Acoustics: Reproduced Sound 2016. vol. 38, Institute of Acoustics. p. 57 .

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Abstract

Optimal Source Distribution (OPSODIS) theory enables binaural cross-talk cancellation (CTC) without significant losses in dynamic range and audio quality, associated with alternative forms of transaural systems. Two types of sound-bars, a 2-channel OPSODIS and a 3-channel OPSODIS, have been developed and have proven to offer good binaural reproduction for a central, on-axis listener. This paper aims to evaluate their ability to offer CTC for second and third listeners in
off-axis positions, within a realistic home listening environment.

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Published date: 15 November 2016
Venue - Dates: Reproduced Sound 2016: Sound with Pictures: Time is of the Essence, Holiday Inn, United Kingdom, 2016-11-15 - 2016-11-17
Organisations: Acoustics Group, Inst. Sound & Vibration Research

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Local EPrints ID: 410642
URI: http://eprints.soton.ac.uk/id/eprint/410642
PURE UUID: f67f67b6-5970-4781-a05c-d9637bbb294f
ORCID for Keith Holland: ORCID iD orcid.org/0000-0001-7439-2375

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Date deposited: 09 Jun 2017 09:17
Last modified: 31 Jan 2020 01:24

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Author: Dylan Morgan
Author: Keith Holland ORCID iD

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