The American Society of Civil Engineers (ASCE) has given the green light to the installation of new, ruggedly-built acoustic-absorbing speakers in a large swath of rural communities across the country.
The system will help to protect the rural communities against the potentially damaging effects of sound pollution from roads, bridges, and highways, as well as from the spread of wildfire and other environmental hazards.
The speaker system is designed to be portable and can be set up at home, at work, or in the garage.
A total of 17 speakers will be installed in rural communities throughout the United States by 2021.
The speakers will consist of a total of 20 high-quality speaker systems, which will be connected by a single, robust speaker cable.
The company that will be delivering the speakers will not be named.
It will be the same manufacturer that will make the speakers, the American Institute of Technology (AIT), a nonprofit organization founded by the University of Minnesota’s Bill Gates.
The AIT will be installing speakers in over 60 of the most remote, rural communities in the United, according to the company’s press release.
AIT’s speakers are expected to reduce the risk of hearing loss for the residents of these communities, as they have to deal with noise pollution that is usually generated by construction sites and other noisy, high-energy activities.
It is expected that the system will have an expected lifespan of 100 years, the company said.
According to the AIT, it will be up to the consumer to choose between a simple and sophisticated system that has the ability to provide a wide variety of home audio and entertainment sounds, and a more complex system that will provide a more precise, home-specific sound signature.
The products will be priced at $2,500 and will come with a warranty.
It also will be important to note that these speakers will offer more than just noise-reducing capabilities.
They will also be able to provide “binaural” sound, which is the ability for speakers to generate sound that is actually coming from the speaker.
It sounds like an illusion.
It’s just what the people are hearing.
It means they are hearing something that’s not actually there.
It doesn’t actually make sense to think that if you just put a speaker in the middle of your room that it will sound as good as if you had two speakers in the room and they are both in a very quiet position.
It can actually be a little bit of a challenge to hear that sound.
A statement from AIT stated that the speakers’ sound quality will be significantly improved over traditional speakers because the speaker cables will be more robust, the speakers can withstand more heat and vibration, and the sound will not diminish with distance.
The audio system will also provide an improved sound field, as a result of the fact that speakers will have to move to provide the correct sound field for the speaker’s acoustic absorption, said the statement.
It does not sound as though the system is capable of generating high-end sound quality at the expense of lower volume, which would be the case with conventional speakers.
The sound quality of the speakers is expected to be superior to what would be produced with the same type of system in a home theater system.
The statement also said that the Ait speaker system will be able provide a “sensory enhancement of approximately 2,000 decibels, or one thousandth of a decibel,” according to a source with knowledge of the system.
In addition to providing more clarity and a greater sense of depth to the sound, the system also offers a “signal enhancement” of about 10 dB, or 1dB, above the average sound level in homes, according the A.I.T. statement.
In other words, the sound quality is comparable to what a home audio system with a $1,500 speaker system can achieve.
There are also reports that AIT has partnered with other manufacturers to provide some of the components for the speakers.
For example, AIT is providing the speakers with a proprietary audio amplifier, which allows the speaker system to have more volume and to provide lower distortion at the same time.
These two factors mean that the systems can deliver an enhanced sound quality that is much better than what a typical home audio amplifier can offer.
It should also be noted that the speaker systems will be designed to work with any standard, high impedance speaker cable, according AIT.
These cables will provide the ability of the speaker to be placed in a specific location, allowing the speakers to be able sound as if they were mounted at a location where there is less interference, the statement said.
The American Institute for Technology (AAIT) was founded in the late 1990s and is a nonprofit that offers technical and research services to private companies.
The AAIT is headquartered in New York City and works with companies to provide services for its members.
In the statement, AAIT said that it is also partnering with a large speaker manufacturer, who is