Digital feedback reduction

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Digital feedback reduction is the application of digital techniques to sound reinforcement in order to reduce audio feedback and increase headroom.[1]

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  1. ^ http://journals.lww.com/thehearingjournal/Fulltext/2006/11000/Acoustic_feedback_and_its_reduction_through.5.aspx


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