An overview of some auditory illusions is given, two of whichwill be considered in more detail for the application of small loudspeaker configurations. The requirements for a good sound reproduction system generally conflict with those of consumer products regarding both size and price. A possible solution lies in enhancing listener perception and reproduction of sound by exploiting a combination ofpsychoacoustics, loudspeaker configurations and digital signal processing. The first example is based on the missing fundamental concept, the second on the combination of frequency mapping and a special driver.
|Title of host publication||Proceedings of the 22nd AES UK Conference : Illusions of sound (AES 22) 11-12 April 2007, Cambridge, UK|
|Place of Publication||New York, New York, USA|
|Publisher||Audio Engineering Society|
|Publication status||Published - 2007|
|Event||conference; AES 22, Cambridge, UK; 2007-04-11; 2007-04-12 - |
Duration: 11 Apr 2007 → 12 Apr 2007
|Conference||conference; AES 22, Cambridge, UK; 2007-04-11; 2007-04-12|
|Period||11/04/07 → 12/04/07|
|Other||AES 22, Cambridge, UK|
Aarts, R. M. (2007). The application of illusions and psychoacoustics to small loudspeaker configurations. In J. Dawson (Ed.), Proceedings of the 22nd AES UK Conference : Illusions of sound (AES 22) 11-12 April 2007, Cambridge, UK (pp. 1/7-). Audio Engineering Society.