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Dolby surround sound formats

Posted by Edmund Campion on May 1, 2008

When we designate the maximum number of speakers/channels for each format, such as 5.1 or 6.1, we're referring to the number of front, center, rear, and possibly center-rear speakers (the .1 refers to the subwoofer) that the format can use. Stereo, a.k.a. 2.0, is a two-channel format. Check out the diagram to see how they are set up in a room.

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MIMO-XTC-SH

Posted by Franz Zotter on March 17, 2008

Animated gif overview over the MIMO crosstalk canceler in spherical harmonics for acoustically coupled spherical loudspeaker arrays from my DAGA08 talk. Using these filters, the membrane velocities decomposed into spherical harmonic patterns can be individually controlled. (click on original!)

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MIMO-XTC

Posted by Franz Zotter on March 17, 2008

Animated gif overview over the MIMO crosstalk canceler for acoustically coupled spherical loudspeaker arrays from my DAGA08 talk. Using these filters, the membrane velocities can be individually controlled. (click on original!)

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MIMO-XT

Posted by Franz Zotter on March 17, 2008

Impulse response of an icosahedral loudspeaker array with acoustic coupling (inside and outside) from my DAGA2008 talk.

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