Some Interesting Applications for Wireless Speakers

Let me showcase some neat applications for which wireless speakers are ideal even though they were never originally designed for these specific applications. A friend of mine is operating a disco. One of the problems that he has is that he is traveling frequently and he needs to set up the equipment from scratch whenever he goes to a new location. Obviously, setting everything up takes quite a while. One of the hassles has to do with running all the wiring between the different types of equipment. One major drag is running the speaker wiring. The problem is that some locations that he place at don’t easily allow running of long wires throughout the area. While it is not a big problem to connect the equipment on stage, it is more a problem of setting up the speakers. Obviously, only having speakers at the stage creates very high volume for people who were near the stage but less volume for people who were farther away.

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Therefore, I recommend it for him to use wireless speakers. The new set up is as follows: there a number of wireless speakers, at least four, set up throughout the room. The minimum configuration …

Some Tips for Reducing Speaker Cable Clutter

Cable clutter is one of the most common undesirable phenomena of modern technology. It seems that every consumer electronics device nowadays has some sort of cord. The power cords are usually quite similar between different devices. However, many consumer devices come with an external power supply instead of integrating the power supply inside the product. That is often easy for the manufacturer because the product itself doesn’t have to be safety approved. Also, it is easy to ship different types of power supply to different countries. The problem is that wallwart power supplies deliver many different types of voltages. Also, they have many different types of plugs. That means that a wallwart power supply from one device most likely is not going to be usable on another product.

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It gets even worse when it comes to signal cables. Signal cables are designed to carry data, audio, video and other electronic signals. Some types of cables are fairly well standardized such as you speak cables. However, other types of cables are usually quite diverse. It starts with the cable itself and ends with the cable having different plugs on each side. If you have a set up a desktop computer you …

The Look at Some Drawbacks of Wireless Speakers

Manufacturers of wireless speakers promise freedom by not having to run long speaker wires. Just imagine being able to set up speakers all over your house and not having to read about how the music is going to get to the speakers. It seems like magic. However, as the saying goes, some things are too good to be true. And wireless speakers are no exception. In fact, there are quite a few drawbacks that you have to consider when purchasing wireless speakers versus regular speakers. This post I’m going to look at some of the main problems that wireless speaker models face.

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One of the biggest problems with wireless speakers is the fact that the signal itself is being transmitted wirelessly. That means there are all sorts of problems if you have other devices transmitting at the same frequency as your transmitter. Let me explain what I mean by that. By law, companies are restricted to using specific frequency bands in order to transmit their signals. These frequency bands are fairly small and used by large number of wireless devices. Such devices include wireless networks, cordless telephones and baby monitors. Obviously there will be a fair amount of congestion within …