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Wembley Stadium-A Large-Scale Sound Reinforcement System

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A distributed loudspeaker system fed by localised amplifier racks, with fibre optic signal distribution from a centralized digital processing system, accessed by orbital computer-based input controls for Wembley Stadium is described. The use of state of the art control and distribution techniques is compared with the traditional alternatives in terms of effectiveness and quality. The electro-acoustic results are also compared against design targets.

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