A guide to Constant Voltage and Constant Current drivers for LED luminaires
Equalization is the adjustment of bands of frequencies in an audio signal to change the tone of the sound it produces.
A summary explaining the key differences between RMS, Max and Peak power ratings.
There is much confusion about balanced and unbalanced audio signals and how they differ. In order to understand this, we need to cover the basics of audio signals and how they are made.
Guide to which aluminium profiles are compatible with our range of profile clips
There have been many developments in audio electronics, resulting in different amplifier circuit designs. Such designs can be divided into classes, of which 4 main types are relevant to audio – A, AB, H and D.
Zoning systems are flexible sound systems that provide control for the sound that is delivered to different areas, called “zones”.
The way that a microphones picks up sound determines how useful the resulting audio output is for different applications. There are 2 main types of capsule used in microphones – dynamic and condenser.