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Discrete Field Measurement of Howlback Probability in Microphones
Microphones for sound reinforcement systems are usually evaluated after installation in a complete system. Usually, accumulated experience factors are employed to rate them for gain before howlback, and on this basis subsequent systems are specified. Thus the timely specification of a newly designed microphone is precluded. A preferable method can pretest a microphone and system design separately in the reverberant and direct fields to rate its probability of creating howlback in complete installation.
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