Room Acoustics Testing - Do I Need a Sub?

Prior to designing a sound system, the room acoustics needs to be tested. Pat Brown answers the question, Do I need a sub when testing the acoustics in the room? You will also learn what Pat uses in his test kit.

Miking Audiences / Congregations

by Richard Honeycutt A new layer of complexity for miking audiences…

Instructional Video - Simple and Accurate Way to Check Polarity on Multi-way Loudspeakers

Practical Audio by Pat Brown, the Pro Sound Training guy. Testing…

Instructional Video - Accurate Way to Check Polarity of Audio Components Without Special Instrumentation.

Practical Audio by Pat Brown, the Pro Sound Training guy. In…

When the Volume Knob Goes to the Right

by Hadi Sumoro   www.HXAudiolab.com In this article, Hadi…

Two Amplifier Channels, One Loudspeaker

Updated March 2020 The most popular form factor for audio power…

Capturing the Room Impulse Response with an Ambisonic Mic

This article will present comparative result between omni mic…

Vintage Western Electric 560 Loudspeaker - Circa 1926

Audio expert Peter Mapp had fun measuring a Western Electric…

Audience Effects on Sound Wave Propagation

by Fedele De Marco Effects of the audience on the propagation…

Question to the AV Professional, How Much Does "Fidelity" Matter?

by Richard Honeycutt As AV Professional, fidelity is a familiar…