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bigear

How Do In-Ear Monitors Deal With Audio Signal Issues?

Reported by bigear | January 22nd, 2021 @ 08:49 AM

Like with any other radio equipment, in-ear monitors also have the risks of interference and dropouts. This is because busy wavebands make it hard to find clear frequencies.

To avoid this potential risk, modern best in ear monitors systems now use carrier signals, which basically lock the belt pack receiver to the frequency of the transmitter. This effectively reduces the interference problem.

Other issues include the dynamic range compression and reduced bandwidth, which directly affect audio quality. However, recent innovations have allowed the technology to become more sophisticated and handle these problems.

In the recent models, the output is more consistent, and the sound is high-fidelity. It may not be up to the hi-fi sound standards, but the signal quality has improved significantly over the years.

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