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public address system

[′pəb·lik ə′dres ‚sis·təm]
(engineering acoustics)
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IP-POE public address systems provide an affordable approach to accomplish this objective.
The public address system hasn't been improved since the stadium opened in 1974, Wyche said.
Tender notice number : Upgradation of Public Address System
A Welsh Assembly Government spokesman said yesterday: "In the event of an incident the presence of an adequate public address system will assist safe evacuation.
e said the station's public address system worked on radio waves and somebody must have been broadcasting on the same wavelength.
It will be equipped with public address system, a close circuit TV and computerised vehicles entry cum exit to ensure safe and efficient management of parking space.
Spectators lining the route of the London to Brighton Veteran Car Run will be more involved in the day's proceedings than ever before ( thanks to the inaugural appearance of a course opening car fitted with a public address system.
Because a new super-duper public address system mangles the names of stations in the Black Country.
Kennedy International Airport and revamping the public address system for the Times Square subway station.
An Emergency Action Plan must state exactly which people at the building are in charge in a given emergency, how emergency notifications and instructions are delivered to the buildings occupants (in most cases over the public address system or other methods), how often training and drilling of the buildings tenants is conducted.
Major Fred Cherry, an Air Force officer held as a POW, "heard Jane Fonda's voice over a camp public address system in October 1967 as he was in the midst of an extended torture siege; he became so enraged by her allegations of cowardice on the part of American pilots because they bombed at night and killed women and children that he 'tried to tear [his] irons from the walls.
Her speeches ``sounded like the Book of Revelations read out over a railway station public address system.

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