Sound Reinforcement Engineering: Fundamentals and Practice

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CRC Press, Mar 9, 2000 - Architecture - 424 pages
Sound reinforcement is the increasing of the power of sound signals and reproducing them as acoustic signals. This book gives an introduction to the fundamentals of sound reinforcement engineering, and also explains how it relates to disciplines such as room acoustics. It discusses in detail the components and layout of sound reinforcement systems and gives examples and case studies of successfully installed systems.
 

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Contents

Functions of a sound reinforcement system
3
Room acoustics and auditory psychophysiology
15
Components for sound reinforcement engineering
79
Calculations
166
System layout
215
Calibration and testing
299
Case histories
329
Index
399
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Handbook for Sound Engineers
Glen Ballou
No preview available - 2005

About the author (2000)

Prof. Dr. Wolfgang Ahnert is the owner of ADA Acoustic Design Ahnert.

Dipl. -Ing Frank Steffen is an expert in sound reinforcement systems.

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