Individual equalization of sound reinforcement systems in large auditoriums has become accepted practice. Nevertheless, the small public room-often dependent upon portable equipment or low budget installations-is subject to the characteristics of the components used. Acoustical measurements of a variety of such rooms yields some typical characteristics for which a compromise equalization may be demonstrated.
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