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The Maximum Attainable Gain of a Sound System
In literature one takes frequently recourse to unreproducible derivations for ascertaining the maximum acoustic gain attainable at the listener's place. Thereby a necessary and a potential acoustic gains are adduced. In the following there will be illustrated the physical-technical background resulting from a mathematical derivation.
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