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The Equalization and Subsequent Observation of the Sound System in the Marriott Center at Brigham Young University
Equalization using solely narrow-band filters below 800 Hz and both broad- and narrow-band filters above 800 Hz was performed on a large arena sound system. Subsequent testing to determine the stability of the equalization under varying temperature, mocrphone placement, audience size, and other operational aspects of the system is described.
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