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Adaptively Adjusting the Stereophonic Sweet Spot to the Listener's Position
In the typical stereophonic listening environment, a listener is usually not sitting in the relatively small sweet spot of good localization. This deficiency can be overcome with a system that senses the location of the listener in real time and adaptively adjusts the loudspeaker signals. A theoretical analysis using a binaural model shows that stereophonic localization and image stability can be improved.
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