An Interfaced Dual Sound System for a Church
Many sound systems, especially in churches, college auditoriums, and multipurpose rooms, are used without a qualified sound operator on hand to make gain adjustments and to turn off unused microphone inputs. This article describes an interfaced sound system that can achieve optimum performance with or without an operator.
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