“The neurons encoding these differences-called interaural time differences (ITDs) - receive a message from each ear.”
“Or maybe we'll call it "improve sound localisation by increasing interaural distance" or something.”
“The new model adds interaural-crosstalk cancellation to the left and right channels to enhance the surround experience and widen the soundstage for two-channel sources, Polk said.”
“It simulates the interaural time difference and frequency characteristics of an acoustical space, and moves the sound image localization outside your head when using headphones.”
“Specifically, ILD is computed using the interaural difference of a logarithmic function of the energy of the signals in each frequency channel”
“Knudsen EI, Esterly SD (1989) Neural maps of interaural time and intensity differences in the optic tectum of the barn owl.”
“Wagner H (1992) On the ability of neurons in the barn owl's inferior colliculus to sense brief appearances of interaural time difference.”
“Konishi M (1990) A circuit for detection of interaural time differences in the brain stem of the barn owl.”
“Poganiatz I, Nelken I, Wagner H (2001) Sound-localization experiments with barn owls in virtual space: influence of interaural time difference on head-turning behavior.”
“Takahashi TT (2003) Frequency-specific interaural level difference tuning predicts spatial response patterns of space-specific neurons in the barn owl inferior colliculus.”
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