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Principle of Three-Dimensional Sound Reproduction

  • Kazuhiro Iida
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Abstract

By appropriately using the knowledge on HRTFs described in detail above, the three-dimensional acoustical sensation of an existing sound field can be reproduced or that of an imaginary sound field can be generated beyond time and space. This chapter introduces the principle of three-dimensional sound reproduction through headphones and with two loudspeakers.

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Authors and Affiliations

  • Kazuhiro Iida
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  1. 1.Spatial Hearing Laboratory, Faculty of Advanced EngineeringChiba Institute of TechnologyNarashinoJapan

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