Surround Sound Emulation

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Surround Sound Emulation Aaron Worob
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Abstract Create a program using the Blackfin BF533 that allows the user to “move” the source of input sound.
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Specifications PF9: Move Left Direction PF10: Return to Center PF11: Move Right Direction Lights indicate which of the 6 speakers are “on.” 1:Front Left 2:Front Right 3:Front Center
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Implementation TWI vs TDM TDM is used as TWI does not allow all 3 output channels to be used. SW9 pins 5 and 6 MUST be switched off to allow TDM mode
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Implementation 9 Total “Zones” Zone # Active Speaker Channels Zone Name 0 Back Right, Back Center; Back Right 1 Front Right, Back Right; Pure Right 2 Front Center, Front Right; Front Right 3 Front Right, Front Center, Front Left; Front 4 Front Left, Front Center, Front Right; Back Left, Back Center, Back Right; Center 5 Front Left, Front Center; Front Left 6 Front Left, Back Left; Pure Left 7 Back Left, Back Center; Back Left 8 Back Left, Back Center, Back Right;
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This note was uploaded on 02/10/2012 for the course ECE 3551 taught by Professor Staff during the Spring '11 term at FIT.

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