sound-reproducing system

sound-reproducing system

[′sau̇nd ‚rē·prə′düs·iŋ ‚sis·təm]
(engineering acoustics)
A combination of transducing devices and associated equipment for picking up sound at one location and time and reproducing it at the same or some other location and at the same or some later time. Also known as audio system; reproducing system; sound system.
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Any samples of sound-reproducing systems having only sound semiotics of illnesses, are insufficient for guaranteed self-training, and cannot provide maximal efficiency of self-training.
Modern computerized training sound-reproducing systems well simulate normal and pathological sounds of heart activity.