Audio Coverage Uniformity in Enclosed Listener Areas
|Title:||Audio Coverage Uniformity in Enclosed Listener Areas|
|Document Number:||ANSI/AVIXA 1M-2009|
|Type of Standard:||Audio System Performance|
|Status:||Superceded by AVIXA A102.01:2017|
|Description:||One of the fundamental goals of sound system performance for both speech reinforcement and program audio is the delivery of consistent coverage in the listening area. A |
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|Publication Date:||November 2009|
|Purchase:||This standard is no longer available for purchase. It has been revised and |
|Keywords:||ACU, audio coverage uniformity, audio system, critical distance, listener area, sound pressure level, sound system, spatial coverage, uniformity|
|Task Group Members:||Frederick Ampel, Technology Visions (Moderator)|
|Christopher Maione, CTS-D, Christopher Maione Associates|
|Steve Mills, CTS-D, CTS-I|
|Ray Rayburn, FAES, K2 Audio, LLC|
|Peter Swanson, CTS, AMX Corporation|
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