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Using Audio and Visual Gear: A Guide

If you want to host an event which will make use of audio and visual effects, you will need to get to grips with the different types of equipment which is used in the industry. Although we aren't industry professionals, we hope that this website will provide a useful introduction to the world of audio and visual entertainment. We will look at lighting, projectors, sound decks, and speakers. We will also explore working with event production companies when hosting a live music event or theatre production. We would like to thank you for taking the time to visit this blog.


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With advancements in earphone technology, modern in-ear headphones or earbuds have been infused with an assortment of audio fidelity features. With a truly wireless design, you benefit from the convenience and functionality of a cord-free charging solution. Earbuds have a charging case that has internal rechargeable cells for extended battery life. Another integral technology in truly wireless earbuds is the hands-free calling capability, enabled by an in-built microphone when you pair the earbuds with a compatible smartphone.

Here is what you need to know when buying true wireless earbuds

1. Volume

With wireless earbuds, you cannot get more than the maximum volume because they do not support sound amplification. Therefore, before buying earbuds, ensure that you test volume levels. Some earbuds might require adjustments for the best sound, while others can deliver adequate sound with default factory settings.

2. Battery Life and Fast-Charging

Earbuds should offer extended battery life for convenience when listening to audio files. Therefore, you should know the run-time of batteries before buying wireless earbuds. Different earbuds have different battery life capabilities, depending on the manufacturer, design, quality of material used, and technology applied. Remember that some manufacturers quote battery life in terms of continuous listening time, including the recharge times.

However, the playing time of earbuds is often shorter, between 3 to 5 hours. Therefore, sound experts recommend that you shave 20% battery life off the quoted value to account for real-life usage. Most importantly, you should recharge earbuds in the charging case provided. Ideally, the charging case holds sufficient charge to power earbuds for 3 to 4 charging cycles before requiring recharging.

3. Ear Tips

Earbud tips should be designed in a manner that enhances user comfort and a tight fit. Poorly-designed wireless earbuds lack a decent seal between the ear tip and the ear canal, forcing external noise to affect the listening experience. Buy earbuds with the right ear-tip size to fit the bowl of your ears. Other earbuds have fin-shaped tips for a snug fit.

4. Compact Charging Case

The charging case is used for charging earbuds and carrying the earphones when not in use. Therefore, the case should be sturdy and compact to fit in small spaces such as the pocket. The sturdiness ensures that the case is not damaged easily by environmental elements or when impacted by external forces. Some cases are so small that they can fit in a jeans coin pocket.

For more information, contact companies that sell Bang & Olufsen products.