Sound system engineering

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H.W. Sams, 1987 - Music - 665 pages
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An indispensable guide in the day-to-day work of designing sound systems. This accurate, complete, and concise tool is a necessary addition to the library of anyone involved in audio engineering. sound Systems Engineering is a a comprehensive text useful in the day-to-day work of designing sound systems. It is a practical manual that carefully examines a step-by-step method of accurately predicting such variables as acoustic gain, speech intelligibility, and required electrical input power while plans are still on the drawing board. This approach, described in 19 heavily illustrated, information packed chapters, can save your clients thousands of dollars.

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Audio Systems
1
Mathematics for Audio Systems
13
Using the Decibel
35
Copyright

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About the author (1987)

Before beginning his career as an author of true crime books, Don Davis worked for 30 years as a UPI correspondent on various assignments, including the Vietnam War and the White House beat. His works since have covered major crimes of the 1990s. They include Bad Blood: The Shocking True Story Behind the Menendez Killings (1994) and The Milwaukee Murders: Nightmare in Apartment 213: The True Story (1991) about the Jeffrey Dahmer case. Davis's other works include his first novel, Appointment With the Squire (1997), about World War II, and another novel, The Gris-Gris Man (1997), a story about voodoo killings in New Orleans. In addition to being a writer and reporter, Davis was an instructor of journalism at Boston University in 1979, and a lecturer at the U.S. Navel War College in 1983.

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