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Squealer-Killer with Real-Time Equalization

Real-time equalization is achieved under near-feedback conditions. Off-line equalization is accomplished in seconds. Band-pass gains are being adjusted continuously to accommodate a wide range of dynamic frequency spectra. Feedback is suppressed by high-Q assignable notch filters, usually within 50 ms and before the human ear can detect it. An inexpensive 8-bit microcomputer controls the system.

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JAES Volume 32 Issue 3 pp. 144-150; March 1984
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