The purpose of equalization in room acoustics is to compensate for the undesired modification that an enclosure introduces to signals such as audio or speech. In this work, equalization in a large part of the volume of a room is addressed. The multiple point method is employed with an acoustic power-output penalty term instead of the traditional quadratic source effort penalty term. Simulation results demonstrate that this technique gives a smoother decline of the reproduction performance away from the control points.
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January 01 2008
Power-output regularization in global sound equalization
Nick Stefanakis, John Sarris, George Cambourakis, Finn Jacobsen; Power-output regularization in global sound equalization. J. Acoust. Soc. Am. 1 January 2008; 123 (1): 33–36. https://doi.org/10.1121/1.2816580
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