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11. Headroom is the:
A: Difference (in dB: between a circuit’s nominal level and maximum level.
B: Another term for signal-to-noise ratio.
C: Slang term for in-ear monitor mixing.
D: Electrical calculation defined by CMV.

 
12. Foldback is a:
A: Noise-canceling circuit.
B: Term for a monitor mix.
C: Common insert-snake wiring scheme.
D: An obsolete mono mixing technology.

 
13. In-ear monitor mixes are:
A: Usually mixed in stereo.
B: Illegal in Germany (health reasons).
C: Always transmitted via wireless systems.
D: All of the above.

 
14. A monitor mixing desk:
A: Must be placed on the stage.
B: Always receives the “first” signal spit.
C: Is always used to create a matrix.
D: Is always configured for mono mixing.

 
15. A signal split is a conventional method for:
A: Reliable grounding.
B: Dividing input signals for multiple mixing functions.
C: Measuring potential gain.
D: Feedback control.

 


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