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Acoustics and Sound System of Shah Alam Mosque: A Review and Computer Modeling Analysis
The Shah Alam mosque model has been created using the Bose Modeller to investigate the acoustics and sound system performance for the untreated and treated model. The measured RT60, prediction for treated and untreated mosque model of RT60, direct + reverberant SPL analysis, predicted speech intelligibility of various loudspeaker tilt angle for distributed sound system, and the history of the sound system installed in the mosque are discussed.
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