A compressor in sound engineering belongs to the group of dynamic processors. It serves to restrict the signal’s dynamic scope. The settings options “Low” and “High” represent the degree of compression of the input signal. The compressor is the classic choice for boosting quiet signals and can be used as an alternative to the modern solution, ALC, in the event that this function is not suitable for use with certain applications. You can find information about this in the Unite TH quick start guide. Depending upon the microphone used, plosive sounds (e.g. P, B, T, D, K) may be annoying for listeners. To reduce this “pop” effect, Unite also has a “less pop noise” setting for the additional reduction of these unwanted sounds.
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- 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?
- Can active talkback connections (from Unite RP-T) be deactivated using the master device?
- Can I switch off the talkback function using the Unite master device?
- Can I deactivate the talkback function on a Unite RP-T?
- How can a Unite AP4 be affixed?
- Where is it best to position the Unite AP4 in a room?
- What advantages does the Unite AP4’s digital Dante interface offer me?