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Experiences with Line Arrays
Line arrays continue to proliferate in the worldwide professional audio market. This paper seeks to cover some of the key differences in practical and audio terms that these systems present. Furthermore it seeks to offer some basic guidelines to the practitioner who has heard that they need a line array, but is not so sure of why and how best one should be deployed. Results and experiences will be related from both R&D and real-world testing and evaluation with a view to providing a better understanding of the array" and the differences scaling the size of the array elements can make.
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