Playback of prerecorded music in the classroom is a
ubiquitous necessity for music educators. Whether
listening to prerecorded examples to study and learn
about music or to evaluate recorded solo or ensemble performances as formative or summative assessment, each
requires some form of playback of recorded music. Given that
prerecorded music comes in a variety of formats and is played back
on a variety of devices, music teachers could benefit from reconsidering the use of consumer-level devices, often mere stereo systems, and learn some tricks from the world of professional audio
engineers. I offer the following as one way teachers can create a
sound system to suit a variety of needs within a modest budget.


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