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echo chamber

n.
A room or enclosure with acoustically reflective walls used in broadcasting and recording to produce echoes or similar sound effects.

echo chamber

n
(General Engineering) a room with walls that reflect sound. It is used to make acoustic measurements and as a source of reverberant sound to be mixed with direct sound for recording or broadcasting. Also called: reverberation chamber

ech′o cham`ber


n.
a room or studio with resonant walls for broadcasting or recording echoes or hollow sound effects.
[1935–40]

echo chamber

A group of bloggers that repeat and reinforce each others opinions.
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Noun1.echo chamber - an enclosed space for producing reverberation of a sound
enclosure - a structure consisting of an area that has been enclosed for some purpose
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Within Republican echo chambers, claims of media bias have become so widespread that they are increasingly taken as gospel.
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Against that backdrop, voters and taxpayers should be asking themselves whether the spending pushed through in these informal sessions - without public input and with no debate in legislative chambers that amount to echo chambers given the sparse attendance - is the wisest approach.