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Why You Keep Blowing Speakers and How to Protect Them

By Robin Rowell in Ask An Engineer, Audio & Technical 101, Commonly Asked Questions
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Do you ever wonder why your speakers keep blowing?

 

This can be more than a minor annoyance: blown speakers can cost you time, money, and precious sound quality. It’s not always a cut-and-dry case for determining if a speaker is blown or not, but you can follow a few of these tips to diagnose a speaker that’s gone awry.

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?

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.

4 Things You Might Not Know About Pro Acoustics

By Jennifer Slattery in Commonly Asked Questions
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"Whether I’m just buying a few items or doing regular business, I like to know about the company that I am supporting." Here at Pro Acoustics, we also want you to know us. So, here are a few quick things that you may not know about our company.

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