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How Does a Sound Level Meter Work?

A sound level meter (sometimes referred to as a sound pressure level meter, decibel meter, or noise meter) is a tool that measures changes in air pressure. Sound level meters typically have four components: a microphone, a preamplifier, a signal…

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How Does a Loudspeaker Work?

Loudspeakers, also known as transducers or drivers, come in various sizes and styles. Their purpose is to turn electrical audio signals into acoustical sound waves that we can hear. The most common design type is the moving coil loudspeaker. It…

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How to Clean a Headphone Jack

Similar to any other electronic device, audio equipment requires some general maintenance to continue working as designed. Unless your headphones or earbuds remain plugged into your device all the time, the jack is probably going to accumulate some dust and…

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2.4 GHz vs Bluetooth vs UHF

You have several different options when it comes to wireless connectivity. Which option you choose will depend on a variety of factors, such as the type of wireless audio technology you are using, your applications and goals, and your budget.…

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How to Acoustically Treat a Room

So you want to turn some untreated room in your home or other random building into a professional mixing and recording environment, but you probably don’t have an unlimited budget to get it done. Regardless, it’s still possible to acoustically…

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Bluetooth Goes Pro with Galaxy Audio’s “JACKS in the BOX” Receivers

The JIB/BT4R and JIB/BT8R bring Bluetooth convenience and flexibility to pro-audio applications. Professional wireless audio has never been this simple! Just connect a single JIB/BT4R, dual system JIB/BT4RS, or stereo JIB/BT8R to your audio system and pair it to a phone, tablet, or any other Bluetooth® audio player to stream high-quality Bluetooth audio to a mixer or powered…

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