What Is The De Poher Effect?

- Jun 20, 2018-

The De Poher Effect is an effect of a two-channel sound reproducing system. When the intensity difference and time difference between the two symmetric sources of the central axis of the listener are uniform, the sound image is on the central axis; when the time difference is 0, the volume is When the difference gradually increases, the sound image moves toward the loudness direction; when the loudness difference exceeds 15dB, the sound image completely coincides with the loud sound source. When the volume difference is 0 and the time difference changes, the sound image first moves in the direction of the sound source. When the time difference is greater than 3 milliseconds, the sound image completely coincides with the preceding sound source.

 

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