Standing waves of sound are a major factor in home high fidelity reproduction. While their effects can be neutralized to some extent by electronic equalization, the results may be less than adequate at the lowest audio frequencies. A study was made of standing waves in a rectangular room and a method of equalizing low frequencies by optimizing loudspeaker placement was developed.
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