Speech intelligibility can be ensured by using the ducker. Ducking is a common expression in sound engineering for giving specific automatic prominence to an audio signal. The ducker does not increase the desired signal, it decreases the remaining signals. This effect can be used when an external audio signal is transmitted as an analogue signal, via USB or via Bluetooth®. Depending upon the setting (“Low”, “Mid”, “High”), this external signal is then reduced as soon as the Unite transmitter’s microphone is used.
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- Can DECT radio technology be used without registration and operating costs?
- What are the factory settings of the portable devices?
- Is there an overview of the menu of portable devices for Unite?
- How do the broadcast and full-duplex connections differ from each other?
- What does UNITE’s talkback function offer me?
- How can I pair the transmitter and receiver?
- Unite how-to videos
- How do I put Unite into operation?
- How can I use Unite with multiple speakers?
- What audio interfaces does UNITE have?