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Have an Audio Problem? Try '10 Remedies'

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The 10 Remedies for Everyday Audio Problems is a special eBook produced by the editors of AV Technology that explores creative solutions to the most common audio problems faced by technology managers.

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To check out the digital edition of the 10 Remedies for Everyday Audio Problems, click here.

This issue includes:

Remedy #1: Acoustics for Small Rooms
Remedy #2: Getting Good Sound Coverage
Remedy #3: Wireless Signals and Interference
Remedy #4: Quick Event Setup for AV Tech Managers
Remedy #5: Audio for Outdoor Events
Remedy #6: Feedback
Remedy #7: Noise
Remedy #8: Interconnection Disconnection
Top Five Gotchas
Remedy #9: Dealing with Amateur Mic Users
Remedy #10: Speech Intelligibility

Download your free guide here.

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