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Author Topic: Will Digital Signal Processing become quick enough to create Anti Noise?  (Read 1624 times)

Offline tommya300

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How fast will acoustic electronics need to be to avoid any phase shifting to create anti noise?


 

Offline graham.d

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It's already been done. Noise cancelling is quite common now.
 

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Both bose and sennheiser make reasonable consumer headphones with active noise cancelling.  They are great for getting rid of the steady drone of old jet-liners or the london underground
 

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2 or 3 years ago I seen a car commercial, they used DSP as a selling point.
After that year I see no mention relating to Car noise and DSP
That is why I asked I thought it may been only a one time auto builders adventure

Bose equipment really has cornered the sound market. Providing excellent audio!
 

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