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How To Reduce Echo in a Room

by LiveModern Webmaster last modified Jul 30, 2013 01:08 AM
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by Vahan Baladouni last modified Jul 29, 2013

If you've ever been inside a large public space or loft with bare walls and hard surface floors, you may have noticed a distinctive ringing sound called flutter echo. This phenomena occurs when sound waves bounce back and forth between the walls, ceiling, and floor, making conversations difficult. Here are a few ways to combat this acoustic issue for an improved audio and conversational atmosphere. More        






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