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In acoustics, reverberation is the persistence of sound or echo after the sound has been produced.  Reverberation occurs when a sound is reflected from one or more surfaces in a space. The level of reverberation is influenced by sound frequency, reverberation time and acoustic reflectivity.

Reverberation adversely affects speech intelligibility, especially when noise is also present.


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