Center cluster

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A method of placing speakers physically together in one assembly at the center of the listening area. Generally considered best for speech systems and for vocals of music systems. Comb filtering is minimized (assuming the cluster is designed correctly). By mounting it top center above the front of the stage, it also minimizes the difference in distance to all seats.

Source: Church Audio & Acoustics Glossary

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