acoustic feedback

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acoustic feedback

[ə′küs·tik ′fēd‚bak]
(engineering acoustics)
The reverberation of sound waves from a loudspeaker to a preceding part of an audio system, such as to the microphone, in such a manner as to reinforce, and distort, the original input. Also known as acoustic regeneration.
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