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Using Cavity Resonators as Low Frequency Absorbers and Transient Perception Improvers in Reverberating Spaces
The present paper introduces a new way of controlling the action of resonators systems, with the help of experiments held both in a reverberating room of known characteristics as well as in actual halls, to allow determination of the resonator
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