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Various Applications of Active Field Control
The Active Field Control system is an acoustic enhancement system that was developed to improve the acoustic conditions of a space so as to match the acoustic conditions required for a variety of different types of performance programs. This system is unique in that it uses FIR filtering to ensure freedom of control and the concept of spatial averaging to achieve stability with a lower number of channels than comparative systems. This system has been used in over 70 projects in both the U.S. and Japan. This paper will provide an overview of the characteristics of the system and examples of how the system has been applied.
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