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Sound Reinforcement for Banqueting Halls, Ballrooms and Conference Rooms
This paper describes the problems that the Authors' consortium had to face, and how they were solved, in remodeling the system of Sound Reinforcement which had been installed at one of London's newest hotels and had proved to be embarrassingly faulty. It includes what is thought to be a new approach to certain types of loudspeakers.
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