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Field Failure & Maintenance: An Overview into Increasing Reliability in Sound Systems

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With the rapidly increasing trend toward high quality sound reinforcement systems, questions arise as to how reliable such a system will be. With many systems often costing over the 100,000-pound Sterling mark, clients are obviously concerned with the issue of reliability. There are a number of points which greatly affect the overall reliability of a typical system: System Design, Equipment Specifications, Installation, Operator Education, Routing Maintenance, Test Equipment Requirements.

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