adaptive sound control

adaptive sound control

[ə¦dap·tiv ′saund kən‚trōl]
(acoustics)
Any modification of sound fields by loudspeakers, controlled through the use of a feedback mechanism, for reduction, equalization, or cancellation of sound.
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Aside from those, there is also the Adaptive Sound Control feature can also help out in the noise cancellation.
Taro Kimura, Sony's managing director for Middle East and Africa, said that adaptive sound control is smart enough to automatically adjust to the surroundings and the personal and atmospheric pressure optimises and adjusts to individual listening style and altitude while flying in a high-altitude aircraft through the headphones Connect app.
With the worlds first Adaptive Sound Control via the Sony | Headphones Connect app, the headphones will adapt to the listeners surroundings whether on a bus, train, or sitting quietly at home.
Active adaptive sound control in a duct: A computer simulation".
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