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Tech Tips – Managing Monitor Feedback

Managing Monitor Feedback

Audio feedback occurs when the output signal loops back into the input device, resulting in unwanted ringing, squealing and generally unpleasant noise. In the illustration below, feedback is represented by the output coming from a ceiling mounted monitor feeding back into a microphone with a

In this illustration, feedback is represented by the output coming from a ceiling mounted monitor feeding back into a microphone with a cardiod pattern. Although feedback can’t be completely eliminated, it can be managed by using a properly placed loudspeaker designed specifically as a floor monitor or using an in-ear type personal monitor system.

There are multiple factors that contribute to audio feedback. The next Tech Tip issue will address microphones.

For more information regarding proper placement of stage monitors please feel free to contact S&L Integrated at (229) 378-8866 or info@slintegrated.com

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