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The Equalization and Subsequent Observation of the Sound System in the Marriott Center at Brigham Young University

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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.

JAES Volume 23 Issue 5 pp. 386-389; June 1975
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