Hello. Can you share your thoughts please Dr. Bews?
This is not a trivial problem to solve and invariably leads to compromises. It’s very rare to hear any really successful implementations, although one day a good compromise will be found. I actually believe that a more pragmatic solution to the problem is to reduce the problem at source, i.e. prevention not cure.
The placement of loudspeakers within the acoustic environment has a large influence on the resultant sound, so take great care. The application of sound absorbing materials and reflective materials can also be beneficial. From a purely philosophical viewpoint, the application of advanced digital processing may have some benefits, but the side effects may well outweigh those improvements.
Dr. Richard Bews