Difference between revisions of "Acoustic Cancellation"

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Acoustic cancellation is the attenuation of sound due to [Acoustic Interference].
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Acoustic cancellation is the attenuation of sound due to [[Acoustic Interference]].
  
 
Dutch & Dutch loudspeakers use this phenomenon to create a difference in sound pressure between the front and the back of a loudspeaker, thus making it directional.
 
Dutch & Dutch loudspeakers use this phenomenon to create a difference in sound pressure between the front and the back of a loudspeaker, thus making it directional.
  
 
[[Category:Audio Glossary]]
 
[[Category:Audio Glossary]]

Latest revision as of 12:00, 5 March 2019

Acoustic cancellation is the attenuation of sound due to Acoustic Interference.

Dutch & Dutch loudspeakers use this phenomenon to create a difference in sound pressure between the front and the back of a loudspeaker, thus making it directional.