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  • Why Are Headphones Divided into L and R?

    Date:2019.Feb.21
    People can distinguish between space, direction and level by left and right ears. The difference between the left and right channels allows the listener to distinguish the position of the sound and restore...
  • What Are Audio Capacitors?

    Date:2019.Feb.19
    Capacitors are an essential component in audio circuits and come in a variety of voltage ratings, shapes and form factors. The integrity of the audio signal is highly dependent on the choice of capacitor...
  • What Is The Directional Microphone?

    Date:2019.Feb.18
    The directional microphone is a new type of microphone that has been developed on the basis of omnidirectional microphones. It is also the type of microphone currently widely used in ear-back hearing aids...
  • What Are the Advantages of Choosing A Wireless Microphone?

    Date:2019.Feb.12
    Wireless systems have one obvious benefit: moving freely on the stage. Unaffected by the instrument or microphone cable, or close to the monitor speakers, you are free to roam in the show space. For active performers...
  • What Is the Working Frequency?

    Date:2019.Feb.01
    Each wireless microphone system transmits and receives sound at a specific radio frequency, which is the operating frequency. The key to using a wireless system is to choose the right operating frequency...
  • What Is Dolby Headphone Technology?

    Date:2019.Jan.24
    Dolby headphones is a signal processing system that enables your stereo headphones to produce realistic sound effects from five speaker playback systems. When you listen to a program using Dolby headphones...
  • How Does the Electret Microphone Head Work?

    Date:2019.Jan.22
    It is known from electrostatics that for parallel plate capacitors, there is the following relationship: C = ε. S/L ......① is the capacitance of the capacitor is proportional to the dielectric...
  • What Is Audio Bit Rate?

    Date:2019.Jan.18
    A common understanding is the sampling rate (in kbps or thousands of bits per second). The higher the sampling rate per unit time, the higher the accuracy. The closer the processed file is to the original file...
  • What Is the Sound Reinforcement System in the Multi-purpose Hall?

    Date:2019.Jan.17
    The sound reinforcement system in the multi-purpose hall is mainly to provide excellent sound effects for playing movies and performances. Usually, depending on the size of the hall and the function requirements...
  • What Is the Difference Between A Dynamic Microphone and A Condenser Microphone?

    Date:2019.Jan.15
    In general, condenser microphones are superior to dynamic microphones in sensitivity and extended high frequency (and sometimes low frequency) response. This is related to the working principle of the condenser...
  • How Does Sound Equipment Vibration Affect Sound Quality?

    Date:2019.Jan.08
    Audio equipment is afraid of vibration, vibration will affect the sound quality. This is what everyone understands. The vibration sources that affect audio equipment include drive motors, transformer magnetic induction..
  • MAONO AU-400 Lavalier Condenser Microphone

    Date:2018.Dec.28
    MAONO AU-400​ lavalier microphone is equipped with professional grade condenser microphone and high quality shield wire. Specifically design for iPhone, iPad, Android smartphones...
  • Maono AU-A04 Podcasting Microphone Kit

    Date:2018.Dec.24
    Maono AU-A04 professional condenser podcasting microphone is perfect suitable for live broadcast, YouTube, studio recording, Skype broadcasting, and podcast. The microphone features cardioid pickup pattern...
  • Wireless Microphone Detail Analysis

    Date:2018.Dec.19
    First, the impact of frequency. If two microphones work on the same frequency, they will cause interference and cannot be used, and two transmitters cannot use one receiver at the same time. The receiver must have one...
  • The Basic Principle of Bone Conduction

    Date:2018.Dec.17
    The essence of sound is vibration, and the conduction of sound in the body is divided into two types, gas conduction and bone conduction. Normally, the hearing is caused by sound waves that cause the tympanic membrane...
  • What Is the Working Principle of Wireless Karaoke Microphones?

    Date:2018.Dec.04
    The head of a wireless karaoke microphone converts an acoustic signal into an electrical signal, the electrical signal is frequency modulated on a carrier, and the frequency modulated carrier radio signal...
  • How Wired Karaoke Microphones Work?

    Date:2018.Dec.04
    The commonly used wired karaoke microphone is mainly a moving coil type. Its working principle is: when the sound wave acts on the diaphragm of the microphone to make it vibrate, the voice coil bonded to...
  • The Parameters of Electret Microphones

    Date:2018.Dec.03
    The parameters that characterize the performance of the electret microphone are as follows: (1) Operating voltage. This is the minimum DC operating voltage that must be applied across the microphone when the electret...
  • The Development of Wireless Microphone Technology

    Date:2018.Dec.03
    Wireless microphones have gone through three phases, from the initial simple radio transmitter and wireless FM receiver to the current proprietary PLL (frequency phase-locked loop) technology...
  • Major Changes in the Audio Industry

    Date:2018.Nov.30
    Recently, a report on audio technology shows that consumers are looking forward to integrating more technology in small headphones, getting rid of cable constraints and enjoying voice interaction...
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