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Old 7th March 2012, 06:38 PM   #11
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try the flatconed 3" or 4" Tangband and you will see what 4D Sound is
Really? No joke?

BTW, does anyone know the name of that German engineer I mentioned in my previous post? Or the name of the technology used in that radio play?
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Old 7th March 2012, 07:05 PM   #12
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I wasn't sure which Forum to put this in so I thougth I would start here.

In a recent interview on BBC radio 4 a Professor Choueriri from Princeton University demonstrated a new (patented) method of acheiving a 3D sound field with 2 speakers using a new filter that he has designed. He claims that it will be very simple to introduce and cheap. It works in the same way as the miniambio in that it controls the crosstalk between the 2 channels of a stereo recording.
Any one else come across this? Any thoughts?

Hi,

Search for cross talk cancelling. There are many systems. One implementation is Ambiophonics

Try Ambiophonics with your speakers



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Old 7th March 2012, 08:59 PM   #13
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Really? No joke?

BTW, does anyone know the name of that German engineer I mentioned in my previous post? Or the name of the technology used in that radio play?
I tell you, for me it's the all time bestbuy, because it does something that no other Fullranger can do(and I have many of them all sizes and Brands), it goes beyond 3D but FAST allignment is a must!(Fullrange And Subwoofer Technology) because you got to cut them at about 400-600Hz(or 1kHz with 6dB) if you want it to go louder without distortions, it's a midhigh module that materialises new sonic dimensions
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And I really can't imagine a better driver for electro music, it's ridicuolous and funny what it does
I don't know how to explain it, but also the bass has more dimensionality in space then with other widerangers, for hometheater is that maybe the best driver on planet maybe intergalactic sonic uper beamer

bemas wide, sweet spot is almost in the whole room, and real narrower sweetspot turns the whole room into soundstage, you float in sound and sound floats around you, new experience for senses

I haven't yet heard RAAL ribbons, but I think it's very close hehe
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Old 7th March 2012, 09:46 PM   #14
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original box about 300ml and i haven't had time to make propper enclosures, because it sounded allready perfect(bass units were under desk from the floor raised with some books), and then, because what happiness they give, gave it to a friend to listen, and now they are at one another friend waiting to be enjoyed, it's a supersonic drug hahahaa
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the character of sound is brighter, but i would say they are very detailed, and... no i can't describe what dimension they make you got to hear and feel how they projects the happening of music dimension in the room, soundbeamers

Can't wait to heard them again

PS: one neighbours baby has cried all day long, and then my friend whom i gave those flat aliante TB, has taken the babykid to his room where the TB's played some jazzy relaxing music and he at once stoped crying and become happy and started to clap with his tiny hands because he also feeled this super soundfield lol and then he carried him out and he starts crying again, then he took him again to listen to mini aliante

if I had to chose between flat TB und Coral Flat 5II(behind TB in picture) I would/t know which to chose, both are marvelous
this is gonna be delight to watch with TB
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Old 8th March 2012, 01:19 AM   #15
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I thought I'd revive this older thread by asking whether anyone had any experience of the Texas Instruments tone/volume chip LM4610 that offers a 3D sound facility.
Any good?
How does it achieve 3D sound?
Just a gimmick?
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Old 8th September 2015, 02:42 PM   #17
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I listen in mono to an OB setup and find it recreates a 3D soundstage as long as the source material is good. If the recording picks up the cues that allow us to imagine the venue I'm happy.
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Old 8th September 2015, 04:07 PM   #18
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Apparently the 3D aspect of the chip is to compensate for closer than ideal speaker positioning so might be of some use according circumstance.
I agree that a well designed system conveys a 3D soundscape. I have just completed a speaker build using the drivers from the Wharfedale Modus Cube and have been astonished at the clarity and space and range that these drivers can produce. They are running full range with no crossover in a ported box of about 14 litres. I am amazed at the difference...........really quite amazed! I have never heard so much bass from a 4" driver.
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Old 14th September 2015, 03:47 AM   #19
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In the 90's I listened to a 360- Stereo CD which was radio show that was a Stephen King story acted out. Neat sound effects and steller holographic imaging.
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Old 14th September 2015, 06:46 AM   #20
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The strange thing about this is that anything he can do can also be done by the mixing engineer and hardcoded onto a CD.

There are some mixes that just as is, provide phantom side speakers.

It can be a mixture of negative cross talk and a phase shift which pulls sounds around the back of your head instead of the front. A normal panner uses crosstalk but when you use negative it has no where else to go except the other direction - outside of the speaker.
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