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What is Audio Feedback and How Can I Fix it?

By Jennifer Slattery in Audio & Technical 101, Commonly Asked Questions
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Howls, squeaks, even roars – Those uncomfortable noises that make you cringe and cover your ears. Audio feedback can be a real pest, and ruin great musical performances and speeches. But why does it happen? And how can you prevent it?

5 Myths About Wireless Microphones

By Jennifer Slattery in Audio & Technical 101
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Wireless microphones can be a great option for many applications including live stage performances, public speaking events, lectures and other situations where freedom to move around is needed. But wireless isn't always better and does require specific equipment to ensure it functions properly and is taken care of for long-term use. Check out these common 5 myths about wireless microphones to learn what's fact and fiction, and decide if wireless is right for your application.

How to Choose the Right Mixer/Amplifier

By Jennifer Slattery in Audio & Technical 101, Commonly Asked Questions
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When choosing a mixer, amplifier, or mixer amp, there are several questions to consider before making a decision. it's important to explore these questions, so you can ensure the equipment you invest in will suit your application and function properly long-term.

What Is the Difference Between Commercial and Home Amplifiers?

By Jennifer Slattery in Ask An Engineer, Audio & Technical 101, Commonly Asked Questions
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What are the differences between a commercial amplifier vs. a home amplifier? Can I use a home amp for my business or warehouse? What complications could result in doing this? We explore and answer these common questions.

Everything You Need to Know About Sound-Masking

By Jennifer Slattery in Audio & Technical 101
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Sound-masking is the process of adding low-level unobtrusive sound to a space to reduce distractions, by decreasing the intelligibility of speech. Studies done have shown that the majority of people are unhappy with their workplace space speech privacy, even those in private offices. Adding masking sound to a space makes it seem quieter because it reduces speech intelligibility and interruptions of transient sounds. By increasing speech privacy, employee workplace satisfaction and efficiency also increases, meaning happier and more productive employees. Read more to learn everything you need to know about sound-masking.

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