The build-up of low frequency amplified sound, or excessive “boomyness,” is a common problem that occurs in spaces for amplified music such as nightclubs, concert venues, showrooms, and theatres. Performers and presenters want the power and impact of loud bass to add excitement and energy to the show. The driving bass lines enhance the dance rhythms, getting the audience up on its feet and dancing in the aisles. On the other hand, underpowered bass sounds weak and anemic and is the reason ...
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