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Once the physical components of a sound system have been properly installed, then it’s time to begin the process of “tuning” the system for optimum matching with the acoustic characteristics of the space as well as the speakers used. If the system is not properly tuned, the full potential of all the carefully selected components will not be realized.
More than just another DSP, dSPEC™ is an advanced, network-enabled loudspeaker processor that works well in single unit systems or in large, networked applications. dSPEC’s four models feature multiple EQ, delay, limiting and signal routing capabilities. In addition, dSPEC includes patented CONEQ Acoustic Power correction. CONEQ™ provides 1024 bands of low latency FIR equalization that flatten the Acoustic Power Response of the selected Community loudspeaker(s) to a high degree of precision with audible results that are outstanding and demonstrable. dSPEC also provides a unique Amplifier Calibration feature that precisely sets dSPEC’s three discreet stages of limiters (peak, program & long-term) for highly accurate driver protection.
The Pure Resonance Audio Bluetooth Wireless Classroom Sound System
The Perfect Wireless iPad Classroom Sound System Accessory for the iPad.
This new iPad classroom technology is the smallest wireless digital source-selecting amplifier available on the market today. A perfect solution that works with any iPad, iPod, Smartphone, Laptop, Notebook, or Bluetooth-enabled device for audio streaming. Built specifically to meet new market demands, this affordable audio source amplifier with built-in Bluetooth is optimized for a classroom wireless sound system.
Choosing the right processing capabilities for a commercial sound system is essential in achieving the desired clarity, naturalness, and flexibility. Digital audio devices offer a wide range of processing capabilities that can be extremely useful in such applications. Let’s start by taking a look at the basic types of processing that are available.
Shopping centers, restaurants, hotels … just about all of these and many other facilities will have a sound system for background music. Let’s take a look at the role background music plays in such situations, and what is required of the sound system to deliver maximum performance.
Both digital and analog mixers are available in console configurations that are normally used on table top or stand, and rack-mount configurations with vertical control panels designed for installation in standard equipment racks. The choice will depend on the application, the type of operability required, and the space available.
The mixing console (or “mixer”) is a central component of most sound systems. In fact, the mixer used will have a large influence on the operability and efficiency of the entire system. One of the first decisions that will have to be made when designing a new sound system is whether a digital or analog mixer will be used.
Do you need to buy a Public Address System for your school, business, or organization? It can be a tough task to pick the right PA system with so many different sizes and features available.
The following tips will help you narrow down the competition and find what system will best meet your needs…