Public-address system

[puhb-lik-uh-dres] /ˈpʌb lɪk əˈdrɛs/
a combination of electronic devices that makes sound audible via loudspeakers to many people, as in an auditorium or out of doors.
public-address system
a system of one or more microphones, amplifiers, and loudspeakers for increasing the sound level of speech or music, used in auditoriums, public gatherings, etc Sometimes shortened to PA system

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