Variation in oral-binaural room impulse responses for horizontal rotations of a head and torso simulator

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Multi-Science Publishing
Publication Type:
Journal Article
Citation:
Building Acoustics, 2011, 18 (1,2), pp. 227 - 251
Issue Date:
2011
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Oral-binaural room impulse responses (OBRIRs) describe the room acoustical response from the mouth to the ears of a head or dummy head. In this study, we measured OBRIRs in ten rooms, ranging from small to large. In each room, a head and torso simulator (HATS) was rotated at 2 degree increments to sample the room response at the selected measurement position. In rotating the HATS, the radiation pattern of the mouth rotates with the reception pattern of ears. This paper characterises the variation in room gain and interaural response of the tested rooms, and in doing so, we consider how OBRIRs can be usefully understood in terms of acoustical parameters.
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