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An Assisted Reverberation System for Controlling Apparent Room Absorption and Volume
A new non-inline assisted reverberation system has been developed which uses a unitary multichannel reverberator to provide an increase in reverberation time and apparent volume without increasing the power gain or coloration. The system provides a natural enhancement for sources at any position in the room. Measurements made on 16 channels are provided.
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