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Loudspeaker

audience would be set up atop a high hill in the area. To combat this issue, Hanley built two towers with two levels of speaker units; one 70 feet in the air to reach the top of the hill and one lower for the closer audience with a total of 16 loudspeaker arrays. The absorption from all the bodies of attendees along with the grass and mud diminished the reverberation and resonances due to the geometry of the sound profile. Hanley designed and fabricated his own speaker cabinets that had two “bass...

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Anechoic Chamber - Short Essay

Anechoic Chamber What is it for? This is a room which is acoustically like being high above the ground in the open air because there are no reflections from the walls, floor or ceiling. This means it is ideal for testing the response of loudspeakers or microphones because the room doesn’t affect the measurements. It is also the best place for virtual acoustics - generating auralisations of concert halls, city streets and other spaces. The anechoic chamber is immensely quiet which makes it ideal...

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VSNL PROB

Communications Systems | LBC 3200/00 Line Array Indoor Loudspeaker LBC 3200/00 Line Array Indoor Loudspeaker ▶ Extended listening area ▶ Excellent intelligibility of speech and music ▶ Uniform distribution of natural sound throughout the room ▶ Suitable for any small to medium enclosures, from canteens to meeting rooms ▶ Extremely slim ▶ Voice evacuation compliant as standard ▶ Ideal combination of advanced acoustics and easy application ▶ Unrivalled sound quality for its size ▶ EN...

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Public Address System

broadcasts over a designated area. Often found in schools and office buildings, PA systems can be used for general announcements or emergency information, providing a simple way to get information out quickly. Basic PA systems are comprised of loudspeakers placed in convenient locations around a broadcasting area, an amplifier to increase the sound, and a mixer that adjusts audio levels. The user speaks into a microphone, and the sound is transmitted through connected cables, or a wireless system...

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Directional Sound System

oriented, Only the specific or confined area can hear sound, there is not sound pollution in quiet ambient such as gallery, museum and airplane. On the other hand, people can be disturbed by sound pollution in quiet ambient which using conventional loudspeaker. In sum, directional system device can be applied to targeted area or specific person individually without sound pollution and disturb someone. We can’t see what sound type and sound spreading with our vision. The way of sound spreading is like...

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Examining the Eurodesk Control Room and the Neve Control Room through a Preliminary Analysis of Their Impulse and Frequency Responses

Word count: 758 Module Leader/Lecturer: Jan Muths 1     Table of contact   Introduction ………………………………………….………………...….3 Impulse response comparison ……………………………….…..……..…3 - Eurodesk – Left & Right loudspeakers .………………………..….3 - Neve – Left & Right loudspeakers ..…………………………..…...4 Control Room A – Left and Control Room B – Left comparison ……......4 Cumulative Spectral Display .……………………………………….....…5 - Control room A – Left: ………………….……………………....…5 - Control room B – Left:...

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Loud Music

to taste, with justifications akin to "It just sounds right," or "It sounds more like music." Those statements hold water when made in the context of personal opinion, but is tantamount to, "We think it sounds good." Many audiophiles cued into loudspeakers with flat frequency response, and some found that they could indeed be musically rewarding, in some cases perhaps even more so than those altered to pander to taste. Similarly, even though low frequency reproduction did exist before the cinematic...

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Speed of Sound

the temperature is fixed which is 30.05ocThe diameter of the resonance tube is fixed to 2.18cm | Table 1: Manipulated, responding and constant variable. Apparatus and Materials: Apparatus and materials | Quantity | Signal generator | 1 | Loudspeaker | 1 | Resonance tube | 1 | Retort stand with clamp | 1 | Delivery tube | 1 | Barometer | 1 | Vernier caliper (±0.01cm) | 1 | Metre-rule (±0.5cm) | 1 | Highlighter | 1 | Water | - | Table 2 : The Apparatus and materials. Method: ...

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Electronic Watchdog

BC548 (T1), timer NE555 (IC2) and some resistors and capacitors. IC2 is wired as a monostable multivibrator with a time period of around 30 seconds. The melody generator section is built around melody generator IC UM66 (IC3), transistor T2 and loudspeaker LS1. Fig. 3 shows pin configurations of IR sensor TSOP1738 and melody generator IC UM66. The power supply for the Fig. 4 shows mounting arrangement for both the transmitter and receiver units on the gate pillars. To achieve a high directivity of...

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Research Report on China Audio Equipment Industry

players, MP3 players, MP4 players, Car MP3 players, GPS, digital photo frame, USB flash disk, Bluetooth products, LCD products, MP3 accessories etc. • Speakers (inc. loud speakers and commercial sound equipment): includes all kinds of speakers like Loudspeakers, power amplifiers, karaoke speakers and amplifiers, PA systems, processors, mixers, professional acoustic equipment and public broadcasting speakers etc. Segment-wise classification of Companies: Segment No. of Companies A. Television receivers...

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