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Acoustoelectronic Auditorium

The term -acoustoelectronic auditorium- is used to designate an auditorium complex incorporating an integrated design of the room acoustics with the sound reinforcing apparatus. Under these conditions, the acoustic characteristics of the electronic sound system are coordinated and correlated with the acoustics of the enclosure. The features of the acoustoelectronic auditorium are as follows: an enclosure providing a large stage, a low ceiling and a seating capacity of 300; sound reinforcing apparatus consisting of the following features: concealed and fixed stage microphones, concealed and fixed auditorium loudspeakers, and a delay system.

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JAES Volume 7 Issue 4 pp. 173-180; October 1959
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