Higher-order listening room compensation with additive compensation signals

  title={Higher-order listening room compensation with additive compensation signals},
  author={Christian Hofmann and Michael Guenther and Michael Buerger and Walter Kellermann},
  journal={2016 IEEE International Conference on Acoustics, Speech and Signal Processing (ICASSP)},
The performance of sound reproduction systems for spatial audio is impaired by time-variant, reverberant listening environments. To tackle this issue, the Loudspeaker-Enclosure-Microphone System (LEMS) between the loudspeakers and reference microphones in the listening environment can be identified adaptively to allow an LEMS-specific pre-processing of the loudspeaker signals. This contribution introduces a broadband implementation of a narrowband Listening Room Compensation (LRC) method with… CONTINUE READING