Robustness of a compact endfire personal audio system against scattering effects (L)

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Journal Article
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Journal of the Acoustical Society of America, 2016, 140 (4), pp. 2720 - 2724
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2016-10-01
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© 2016 Acoustical Society of America. Compact loudspeaker arrays have wide potential applications as portable personal audio systems that can project sound energy to specified regions. It is meaningful to investigate the scattering effects on the array performance since the scattering of the users' heads is inevitable in practice. A five-channel compact endfire array is established and the regularized acoustic contrast control method is evaluated for the scenarios of one moving listener and one listener fixed in the bright zone while another listener moves along the evaluation region. Both simulations and experiments verify that the scattering has limited influence on the directivity of the endfire array.
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