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Immersive Sound Reproduction in Real Environments Using a Linear Loudspeaker Array

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In this paper an immersive sound reproduction system capable of improving the overall listening experience is presented and tested using a loudspeaker linear array. The system aims at providing a channel separation over a broadband spectrum by implementing the RACE (Recursive Ambiophonic Crosstalk Elimination) algorithm and a beamforming algorithm based on a pressure matching approach. A real time implementation of the algorithm has been performed and its performance has been evaluated comparing it with the state of the art. Objective and subjective measurements have con?rmed the effectiveness of the proposed approach.

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