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For the development of a 3-D sound reproduction system in a university amphitheater, a complete acoustical study was carried out. Acoustic parameters were estimated via calculations and modeling. A full set of the appropriate measurements was made in order to confirm theoretical calculations. Architectural adaptations and the applicable electroacoustic equipment were proposed.:
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