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Last edited 21 May 2020
The Schroeder frequency is a sound frequency zone which ranges from 100 to 200 Hz that is the transitional or crossover zone in which room resonances dominate until wavelengths adjust to the size of the room. Energy below the Schroeder frequency is wave energy (or low frequency), and energy above this zone is ray energy (or higher frequency).
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