Reduction of Acoustic Feedback in Sound System Applications
Acoustic feedback often limits the performance of a sound system. The extent to which design and positioning of microphones and loudspeakers and the application of gain frequency response equalization can reduce acoustic feedback of a sound system is described and the results attained reviewed.
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