Audio Hardware

Ancient Audio Equipment

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If only people aged this well. Still makes very good sound. Just need to replace the cassette player with something of this century.


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Lapel microphones usually need to be turned on and off many times during a service. They tend to interfere with the main microphones and generally cause unwanted noise when not in use. The receiver usually does not get along well with computer generated electrostatic noise and the mixer it feeds into has too many knobs to be run by a layman. Asking the pastor to turn on and off the wireless microphone generally ends up in disaster. What do you do?


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Your VCR audio is splattering and so loud that it scares the neighbors. What do you do?

You use an inline passive audio attenuator, which is a high powered name for a resistor. These resistors can be variable or fixed, homemade or commercial.

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