Speakers and audio monitors

Anet, Christophe
May 2008
Broadcast Engineering;May2008, Vol. 50 Issue 5, p34
Trade Publication
The article offers information on the proper placement of speakers and audio monitors to produce an accurate sound reproduction. It states that most audible problems happen because of the effects of the room acoustics. It also cites that when a subwoofer is slightly offset from the central axis of the room, it allows the subwoofer to radiate energy away from pressure minima and maxima.


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