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The ARP-2: A New Instrument for Sound Measurement
A new portable instrument has been developed which automatically plots an audio response curve for the purpose of analyzing the acoustical conditions in a room or auditorium. It will detect anomalous conditions which should be considered before an installation of sound equipment is made. The instrument may also be used to test the sound system after installation.
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