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Title: Binaural Room Impulse Responses Of A 5.0 Surround Setup For Different Listening Positions      
dateReleased:
10-14-2016
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dateCreated:
10-14-2016
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doi:10.5281/ZENODO.160761
creators:
Wierstorf, Hagen
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This dataset contains binaural room impulse responses (BRIRs) measured at nine different listening positions for a 5.0 surround setup in the listening room Calypso in the Telefunken building of Technische Universität Berlin, Berlin, Germany. The room has a volume of 83 m³ and a reverberation time RT60 of 0.17 s at a frequency of 1 kHz. The measurment was done with Genelec 8030A loudspeakers and repeated for the central listening positon with the larger Genelec 8250A loudspeakers. "doc.zip" contains additional information for the measurement, "*.sofa" are the actual BRIRs, one file for every listening position, where the position is indicated by the X*-Y*-values. The file `KEMAR_Calypso_Surround.sofa` contains all listening positions in one file. In order to work with those files you need a SOFA API for your programming language. For example, the one for Matlab can be found here: https://github.com/sofacoustics/API_MO/releases/latest The BRIRs were with a head-orientation varying in the range of +-90° with 1° resolution. Room shape and size, listener and sound source positions are shown in `setup_calypso_surround_genelec8030A.pdf` and  `setup_calypso_surround_genelec8250A.pdf`. Directory "./photos" contains photographs of the measurement setup. Copyright 2016 Hagen Wierstorf Licensed under Creative Commons (CC-BY-4.0)  
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