Suitable Truncation of Room Impulse Response for Inverse Filter Design of Sound Reproduction System
This paper introduces an automatic decision method for designing parameters of inverse filters to simplify realization of a high-performance sound reproduction system. The reproduced performance depends on several design parameters of the inverse filters that cancel the effect of room transfer functions (RTFs). Therefore, a method of determining the sample lengths of impulse responses of RTFs is proposed. In the proposed method, a suitable sample length of the impulse response is determined based on autocorrelation function (ACF) . The results of numerical simulations using real data reveal that the proposed method can determine suitable sample lengths while maintaining reproduction performance.
Y. Tatekura et al., "Suitable Truncation of Room Impulse Response for Inverse Filter Design of Sound Reproduction System", Advanced Materials Research, Vol. 222, pp. 372-375, 2011