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Subject: Re: Sound cancellation technology?
Organization: The Armory
X-Newsreader: trn 4.0-test69 (20 September 1998)
From: email@example.com (Richard Steven Walz)
Date: 27 Dec 2002 04:21:58 GMT
In article ,
Michael Painter wrote:
>"Richard Crowley" wrote in message
>> "Lady Liberty" wrote in...
>> > I met an electronics engineer a few years ago, who claimed to have
>> > with it and been able to reduce most of the sound in a room, to almost
>> > zero. If we weren't looking for absolute perfection, I'm wondering how
>> > it could be made.
>> If it was at the "most of the sound" stage "a few years ago", then what
>> happened to it?
>> Sounds like fiction to me.
>There was a sci-fi short story many years ago about a guy that developed
>such a system. Total noise cancellation. The system worked but turned out to
>have a little flaw that kept it off the market. All that energy had to go
Baloney, any room that inverts every minute wave source coming into it
emanates all that sound to the external listener, AND the inverting
sources. THAT'S where it goes.
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