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Theoretical and Practical Considerations in the Equalization of Sound Systems
It is the object of this paper to discuss some of the phenomena which have been encountered in the course of equalization work in the field. The discussion applies specifically to -central cluster- systems which employ a single group of more or less directional loudspeakers. This arrangement is used whenever it is architecturally feasible. Other types of loudspeaker installation may present somewhat different problems and requirements.
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