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A Self-Contained Instrument for Sound-System Equalization

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A new low-cost device provides a means for measurement and correction of most sound-system parameters. Loudspeaker aiming and balancing, system third-octave response measurement and correction, and feedback suppression can all be accomplished quickly and easily with this device alone.

JAES Volume 22 Issue 9 pp. 695-699; November 1974
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