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TitleDirect and reverberant power analysis of multichannel sound systems
Publication TypeJournal Article
Year of Publication2001
AuthorsPoletti, M.A.
JournalAcustica
Volume87
Issue5
Pagination531 - 541
Date Published2001
ISSN00017884 (ISSN)
KeywordsAcoustic receivers, Acoustic transducers, Acoustic variables measurement, Acoustic wave reflection, Calculations, Electronic processors, Loudspeakers, Matrix algebra, Microphones, Multichannel sound systems, Numerical analysis, Reflection enhancement systems, Reverberant power analysis, Reverberant sound intensity, Reverberation, Sabine theory, Single sound systems, Speech intelligibility, Transducer directivity
AbstractThis paper derives expressions for the direct to reverberant ratio improvement in a room with single and multichannel sound systems. This measure is an improvement over the potential acoustic gain which does not distinguish between direct and reverberant sound intensity. The analysis is applied to single channel systems and multichannel systems with both equal power cross-coupled and non-cross-coupled processor channels. Finally a matrix analysis is presented which is applicable for general processor power gains and multiple source and receiving points. © S. Hirzel Verlag • EAA.
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