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Illustration of source control methods for personalised sound field

Shin, Mincheol, Fazi, F., Nelson, Philip A., Lee, Sung Q., Lee, Hong-Yeol, Park, Kang-Ho and Seo, J. (2009) Illustration of source control methods for personalised sound field At Active 2009 Conference. 20 - 22 Aug 2009. 10 pp.

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Abstract

A control strategy is introduced to manage the acoustic radiation pattern of two small-size loudspeakers used in small-sizeaudio devices. Each loudspeaker is modeled as an imperfect dipole which has a slight irregularity that represents the introduced loudspeaker. An efficient source control method, acoustic energy difference maximization, is applied to obtain a radiation pattern for a personalised sound area with the proposed model. The dipole irregularities are also optimized in order to obtain a better radiation pattern. This paper shows the feasibility of practical implementation for the generation of a personalised sound area with just two stacked miniature loudspeakers

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Published date: August 2009
Venue - Dates: Active 2009 Conference, 2009-08-20 - 2009-08-22

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Local EPrints ID: 79113
URI: http://eprints.soton.ac.uk/id/eprint/79113
PURE UUID: 9393a8b9-854f-4db5-9497-a2a51c738182

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Date deposited: 19 Mar 2010
Last modified: 18 Jul 2017 23:19

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Author: Mincheol Shin
Author: F. Fazi
Author: Sung Q. Lee
Author: Hong-Yeol Lee
Author: Kang-Ho Park
Author: J. Seo

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