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Are 2.4 GHz Digital Wireless Systems A Viable Alternative?

Traditional analog FM (UHF and VHF) wireless systems have advantages – such as longer wavelengths (especially with VHF units) and, thus, a more robust signal – but the ongoing U.S. governmental “repacking” of the TV bands in which these systems… Read More

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What Is Equalization?

As I was preparing for our recent OptEQ workshop in Dallas, a few things crystallized for me, the most fundamental being “what is equalization?” If you ask 10 audio practitioners this simple question, you’re likely to get… Read More

Built For A Purpose – Podium and Lavalier Mics

While most pro audio gear types are similar in terms of general design and application principles, each type also has its own traits and idiosyncrasies that need to be understood for them top operate optimally. In this regard, podium and lavalier… Read More

History Files: JBL At 70

Ever heard of “James B. Lansing Sound, Incorporated”? No? Perhaps you know it by the more familiar name of JBL. What Mr. Lansing, a trailblazing loudspeaker engineer/designer, started in 1946 in what was then much more sparsely populated Southern… Read More

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