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Re: Loudspeaker with directivity similar to a human talker
see also the KEMAR version:
Lissek Hervé wrote:
Actually, there does not exist any loudspeaker that could perfectly match the acoustic radiation pattern of the human mouth/head. The ideal solution would be to use a Head and Torso Simulator such as Brüel & Kjaer Type 4128D (see http://www.bksv.com/Products/TelecomAudioSolutions/HeadTorso/HeadandTorsoSimulatorHATSType4128D.aspx), if you can get one.
Dr. Hervé Lissek
Head of the Acoustic Group
Laboratory of Electromagnetics and Acoustics
EPFL STI IEL LEMA
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Objet : Loudspeaker with directivity similar to a human talker
I would like to use a loudspeaker with directional properties similar to a human talker to play the speech signals in rooms for speech intelligibility test. I do not know which loudspeakers have directional properties similar to a human talker. Could someone please recommand a loudspeakers for my work?
Anthony J Watkins
Department of Psychology,
School of Psychology and Clinical Language Sciences,
The University of Reading, Reading, RG6 6AL, UK.
phone: +44 (0)118-378-7559; fax: +44 (0)118-931-6715
home page: http://www.personal.rdg.ac.uk/~syswatkn/home.html