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Old 14th May 2013, 12:47 PM   #11
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See if you could incorporate a product like the Beheringer Fedback Destroyer in your system.
This will dymamically add notch filters at problem frequencies and operates automatically as you create different feedback peaks. You can also assign some of the filters to EQ the sound to suit your limited bandwith requirements.
They are cost effective and cheap secondhand.
I use one for PA monitor use - 2 EQ frequencies are fixed to suit the monitor speakers the rest automatically kill any resonant peaks - Very effective and they need no user intervention.
Behringer: FEEDBACK DESTROYER PRO DSP1124P
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