Sign up for ProSoundWeb newsletters
Subscribe today!

Test Your Live Sound Fundamentals In Our Latest Quiz
Think your live sound knowledge is at the appropriate level? Time to find out!
+- Print Email Share RSS RSS

Working with in live sound isn’t easy by any measure, which is why it’s always wise to be testing your skills.

Take a read and see how you stack up against our questions, and be sure to check out our other quizzes as well.

As always, some of these questions may have more than one correct answer.


1. Accurate gain structure:
A: Is the optimum adjustment an gain adjustments.
B: Will maximize output levels.
C: Will minimize noise.
D: All of the above.

2. CMRR means:
A: Common Mode Rejection Ratio.
B: Noise is cancelled by equal noise voltage in both conductors.
C: Both.
D: Neither.

3. VCAs (Voltage Controlled Amplifiers) are:
A: Also know as sub-groups.
B: Only used in automated consoles.
C: Never used without equalization.
D: None of the above.

4. A transformer isolator is needed to:
A: Create a floating input.
B: Create a unbalanced input.
C: Create a VCA.
D: None of the above.

5. The “VU” in VU meter means:
A: Volume Unlimited.
B: Voltage Unit.
C: Vector Unlimited.
D: None of the above.


Source: Live Sound International

Discover the art of sound through insightful and in-depth coverage of the people, technologies and ideas that are transforming the professional live audio world.
Subscribe today!

With Live Sound, You Can Make Anyone Sound Good

A free subscription to Live Sound International is your key to successful sound management on any scale — from a single microphone to a stadium concert. Written by professionals for professionals, each issue delivers essential information on the latest products specs, technologies, practices and theory.
Whether you’re a house monitor engineer, technical director, system technician, sound company owner, installer or consultant, Live Sound International is the best source to keep you tuned in to the latest pro audio world. Subscribe today…it’s FREE!!

Commenting is not available in this weblog entry.

Audio Central