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Question 1: The term "Public Address" also may refer to any ________ that is not in RFC 1918 "Private networking" scheme and is routable on the Internet.
IPv4Classless Inter-Domain RoutingIP addressIPv6

Question 2: All PA systems have a potential for ________, which occurs when sound from the speakers returns to the microphone and is then re-amplified and sent through the speakers again.
Audio feedbackNoise rockAlternative rockPunk rock

Question 3: Public address systems typically consist of input sources, preamplifiers and/or signal routers, ________, control and monitoring equipment, and loudspeakers.
Electronic amplifierOperational amplifierCommon emitterAmplifier

Question 4: "PA Over IP" refers to PA paging and intercom systems that use an ethernet or ________ network instead of a centralized analog or DSP amplifier to distribute the paging to all of the locations in a building or company.
RussiaDenmarkParisGSM-R

Question 5: At the transmission end, a computer with specialized software broadcasts the audio data digitally over the local area network, using audio from the computer's ________ inputs or from stored audio files.
Mouse (computing)MotherboardFloppy diskSound card

Question 6: Input sources refer to the microphones and ________ Players that provide a sound input for the system.
Digital Audio TapeCompact DiscUniversal Media DiscMiniDisc

Question 7: For popular music concerts, a more powerful and more complicated PA System is used to provide ________.
Horn loudspeakerSound reinforcement systemMixing consoleLoudspeaker

Question 8: [1] In colloquial ________, a PA system installed for public address in a building is sometimes referred to as a "Tannoy" system after the company of that name.
British EnglishAmerican EnglishCanadian EnglishEnglish language

Question 9: In PBX and larger VOIP telephone systems such as those by Nortel, ________, Avaya, Siemens or Alcatel-Lucent, used for larger enterprise applications, paging equipment is not built into the telephone system.
Cisco SystemsIntel CorporationDellMicrosoft

Question 10: Most modern telephone systems, such as PBX and ________, use a paging system that acts as a liaison between the telephone and a PA amplifier.
E-mailVoice over Internet ProtocolFidoNetVideoconferencing







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