reproducing system

reproducing system

[¦rē·prə¦düs·iŋ ‚sis·təm]
(engineering acoustics)
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It is evident that process inks in observed reproducing system in visible part of the spectrum have common reflections, but in IR part black ink expresses much lower reflection (higher absorption).
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Gordon Holt (The Audio Amateur Press): "The accuracy with which a reproducing system conveys audible information about the size, shape, and acoustical characteristics of the original recording space and the placement of the performers within it." The PSBs do more than their part in creating a soundstage that duplicates the sonic signature of the recording venue.