A Look at Some Technologies for Transmitting Music to Some Speakers Wirelessly

If you have some speakers in your basement which are collecting dust and you don’t have any use for them then I suggest to transfer them into wireless speakers and stream music from your phone. A cell phone is a good medium for keeping music. It allows your music collection to be organized and easily accessible. When you digitize your music, you are able to input information about each track which will allow you to sort music and also play a song without sifting through hundreds of CDs.

One neat feature of cell phones is Bluetooth. Some cell phones also have other wireless features such as airplay. These technologies allow you to stream music from your phone to some speakers. However, you will needs to purchase a device which is able to receive the music from your phone. Such a device can be a simple Bluetooth receiver or a Bluetooth amplifier. If you own a pair of active speakers then a simple receiver will be enough. The receivable connect to you speakers by using a simple RCA connection.

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How to Test Loudspeakers for Performance

This little introduction should prove valuable for professionals who have to evaluate speakers. You might be a professional designing loudspeakers. Properly be able to evaluate is key to producing good products. In addition, if you write for an audio magazine then very often you will have to write technical reviews. This product reviews are partially based on your personal opinion is well as objective measurement results. However, these results usually should be done to well-established methods and standards. Becoming familiar with these standards and testing methods is very important.

Most notably, the frequency response is a criterion that is often used with access the sound quality of a loudspeaker. The frequency response is typically measured by using a test microphone which is mounted in front of the speaker. The distance depends and is not fixed because there’s no objective test standard. Usually a distance of 1 m to 3 m is used. Also, some microphones are directional and thus must be mounted at the right ankle relative to the front of the loudspeaker.

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