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Head rotation compensation for cross-talk cancelling loudspeaker arrays

Head rotation compensation for cross-talk cancelling loudspeaker arrays
Head rotation compensation for cross-talk cancelling loudspeaker arrays
With the advent of binaural technology and cross-talk cancellation for loudspeakers, simulations of the traditional surround sound systems have been made possible through the placement of virtual sources in the same locations as their physical counterparts [1]. While oftentimes these simulations perform reasonably well, ambiguities and differences can arise due to practicalities such as generalised HRTF models, source-listener misalignments and naturally induced listener’s head movements. The resultant issues, such as front-back confusion, are generally obstructive towards a fully-immersive listening experience.This paper is concerned with improvements made to a listener-adaptive, cross-talk cancelling sound bar that is designed to simulate a 7.1 surround sound system. A novel approach for improved localisation of the rear sources is reviewed, involving the implementation of a head-rotation compensation system to its binaural encoding module.
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Laghidze, Ioseb, Simon Galvez, Marcos, Franck, Andreas, Costantini, Giacomo and Fazi, Filippo (2019) Head rotation compensation for cross-talk cancelling loudspeaker arrays. In Reproduced Sound 2018: Putting Sound in its Place: Proceedings of a meeting held 27-29 November 2018, Bristol, Connecticut, USA. vol. 40 Pt.4, Curran Associates Inc. 7 pp .

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Abstract

With the advent of binaural technology and cross-talk cancellation for loudspeakers, simulations of the traditional surround sound systems have been made possible through the placement of virtual sources in the same locations as their physical counterparts [1]. While oftentimes these simulations perform reasonably well, ambiguities and differences can arise due to practicalities such as generalised HRTF models, source-listener misalignments and naturally induced listener’s head movements. The resultant issues, such as front-back confusion, are generally obstructive towards a fully-immersive listening experience.This paper is concerned with improvements made to a listener-adaptive, cross-talk cancelling sound bar that is designed to simulate a 7.1 surround sound system. A novel approach for improved localisation of the rear sources is reviewed, involving the implementation of a head-rotation compensation system to its binaural encoding module.

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Published date: March 2019
Venue - Dates: Reproduced Sound 2018, The Bristol Hotel, Bristol, United Kingdom, 2018-10-26 - 2018-11-29

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Local EPrints ID: 427576
URI: http://eprints.soton.ac.uk/id/eprint/427576
PURE UUID: c41f17df-4581-4140-ba23-d0ffb70a9f14
ORCID for Andreas Franck: ORCID iD orcid.org/0000-0002-4707-6710

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Date deposited: 23 Jan 2019 17:30
Last modified: 26 Nov 2021 03:03

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Author: Ioseb Laghidze
Author: Andreas Franck ORCID iD
Author: Filippo Fazi

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