Regardless of their level of study, many students find it easier to learn by listening rather than by simply looking.
That’s why listening or learning centers, which add sound to a teacher’s repertoire, are now standard equipment in many schools and classrooms.
A listening center features three primary components:
Hub that links multiple headsets to the… Read the rest
Megaphones can provide powerful sound reinforcement and amplification during your outdoor events, no matter what season it is!
Whether you’re paging cousins for dinner at a family reunion, rallying kids at summer camp or leading your congregation at a church gathering, the right megaphone helps amplify your voice so you can be heard by all.
How can you be sure… Read the rest
A mixer is an essential device for recording and performing artists, as well as audio engineers.
You can use a mixer almost anywhere to help meet your audio needs, including at a recording studio, business conference, church event or school play.
If you’re looking for a powerful, reliable and portable mixer, I highly recommend the Yamaha MG166CX 16-Channel Mixer with… Read the rest
Great Games Deserve a Great Headset
The entertainment industry has weathered dozens of seismic shifts in the 21st century- and none of these shifts has been more decisive than the rise of gaming.
Once confined to kids, hobbyists, and geeks, gaming is now a massive industry with revenues that rival Hollywood, and dwarf that of an ailing music business.
Along… Read the rest
6 Questions to Help You Choose a Portable Sound System for Your Classroom
A portable classroom PA system is an affordable, easy-to-use system that allows teachers to amplify their lessons.
Why do you need a PA system for your classroom?
The answer is simple: the proper sound reinforcement system allows a teacher’s voice to reach all corners of the class,… Read the rest
How to choose a jackbox for your classroom listening center
Classroom listening centers enhance visual lessons with audio.
Listening centers (or learning centers) consist of three components: a media player, headphones, and a hub to distribute audio signals to multiple listeners.
Although wireless transmitters or outputs on the media player itself often suffice for a hub, an easy way to… Read the rest
6 Features to Consider When Purchasing A Classroom Learning Center
From pre-K through adult education or even for home schooling, many students find learning enhanced by listening rather than looking.
That’s why learning centers, which use sound to help you teach, are standard classroom AV equipment.
Learning centers not only reinforce and enhance visual learning, but also help students with… Read the rest
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