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Feedback killer

Based on a Labs project | October 2011 | Find it here
Feedback killer
This circuit helps to prevent feedback in public address (PA) systems. Feedback occurs at relatively high volume settings when a microphone is held too close to a loudspeaker. The effect is characterized by whistling or howling sounds that are annoying to the audience, the sound engineer and, of course, the speaker on the stage.
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