The "Power Alley"
A.K.A., Troubling Interactions of Subwoofers
Part three of a five-part, six-chapter Subwoofer Series brought to you by the Editors of Prosoundweb.com and Fulcrum Acoustic.
Avoiding The Power Alley
Subwoofer interaction is a common occurrence, particularly in open-air applications. There can be low-frequency cancellations in some audience areas while others are too hot, a.k.a., the “power alley.”  

So what's going on?

This in-depth guide unveils the mysterious interactions of subwoofers and offers solutions for delivering optimized, consistent low-end performance throughout the entire audience area.

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