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  • This group was established: 1. To provide a forum wherein the theoretical and practical aspects of acoustics can be explored, examined, and discussed 2. To facilitate opportunities for professionals and...
    303 members Last activity Jan 22
  • Meeting notices and other information for the Kansas City Section of the Audio Engineering Society will be posted here.
    31 members Last activity Feb 17, 2014
  • This Group belongs to the Students of the "Acoustics and Lighting Architecture" Course at the Ferdowsi University of Mashhad.
    18 members Last activity Jan 12
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  • --for those of us studying, working, or interested in acoustics. Meet and network with other people in this specialized field.
    247 members Last activity 8:25 PM
  • Open to any discussion about audio amplifier design.
    159 members Last activity 1:44 AM
  • Sound Engineering is a part of audio science dealing with the recording and reproduction of sound through mechanical and electronic means. The field of audio engineering draws on many disciplines, including electrical...
    84 members Last activity 11:30 PM
  • METU EEE Speech, Speaker and Audio Research Group Mailing List
    106 members Last activity 11:22 PM
  • Engineers from industries, educational institutions and R&D organisations working in the area of noise and vibration control, who attended the short course by ISVR & RMKEC
    72 members Last activity 11:27 AM
  • The Vibration Institute an organization dedicated to the use of predictive maintenance technologies, including vibration analysis, oil analysis and other condition-based maintenance technologies.
    92 members Last activity Feb 4, 2014
  • The ST-101 Applications Group is to provide technical information to users and people interested in the ST-101 Vibration Screening Tool. It also serves as a discussion and help forum for...
    94 members Last activity Dec 5, 2005