R.Kosman@Bose
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Feedback Suppression Algorithm

A common processing algorithm is feedback suppression. How often do you need, or require a feedback suppression function in your systems? What feedback suppressors work well, or don't work at all?

Help us understand how you use feedback suppression in your designs by answering the poll questions below. You can also 'reply' to this post and provide additional detail, examples or ideas that you would like to share.
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PhilB1
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Re: Feedback Suppression Algorithm

I consider feedback suppression only required if original design was wrong, therefore have never enabled this function in any product. I install permanent systems, mostly for non technical users. Note that I dont do live sound, where it may be a useful safety net!
gerrit1
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Re: Feedback Suppression Algorithm

When there is no budget> Behringer 😞
lee_2
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Apr 2, 2014

Re: Feedback Suppression Algorithm

Rob,

Thanks for the post. We often use DBX's AFS224 offboard, it does the trick but ties up two inputs and two outputs. Onboard feedback suppression would be a useful addition.