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Beschallungstechnik

  • H. Frisch

Zusammenfassung

Die Beschallungstechnik umfasst eine Vielzahl von verschiedenen Anlagentypen, die sich je nach Aufgabenstellung zum Teil sehr stark in Technik und Erscheinungsbild voneinander unterscheiden.

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