• Engineering
  • Published 2012

Acoustical zone reproduction for car interiors using a MIMO MSE framework.

@inproceedings{Berthilsson2012AcousticalZR,
  title={Acoustical zone reproduction for car interiors using a MIMO MSE framework.},
  author={Simon Berthilsson and Annea Barkefors and Lars-Johan Br{\"a}nnmark and Mikael Sternad},
  year={2012}
}
The problem of dividing the listener space of a commercial series-production car into several acoustical zones is examined. The sound of each zone is to be isolated from the sounds of the other zones and may consist of e.g. music or speech. A solution is proposed where the low frequency part of the problem is solved by the installed entertainment system speakers and the higher frequency part of the problem is solved by inexpensive local speakers. This paper focuses on the low frequency part of… CONTINUE READING

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