public address system


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public address system

[′pəb·lik ə′dres ‚sis·təm]
(engineering acoustics)
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I'm astonished that the Welsh Assembly Government wants to spend this extraordinary amount of money on public address systems.
PHILIPS COMMUNICATION, Security & Imaging (Philips CSI) has expanded its Plena public address system to include a full range of mixer amplifiers, universal and system preamplifiers, booster amplifiers, call stations and a matching CD player/tuner source unit.
The sound of the stadium will also be improved with a Bose wave public address system, said Chris Wyche, associate director of athletics for marketing and promotions.
Doe, began in 1995, when several families challenged the practice of having a prayer delivered over the school's public address system at the start of each home varsity football game.
The clubs were also told to be careful about the "injudicious use of the public address system and incorrect behaviour of club's mascots.
The driver used the train's public address system to say he was halting the service.
Every Friday she conducts the Spirit Day announcement over the school's public address system.
Limited Tenders are invited for Public Address System As Per Enquiry Required
We believe they were a result of some sort of interference with our public address system," the Telegraph quoted a spokesman for Transport for London as saying.
Because a new super-duper public address system mangles the names of stations in the Black Country.
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.

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