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Audio Equipment

Audio equipment refers to devices that record, reproduce, or process sound. These include various devices like radio receivers, microphones, CD players, AV receivers, amplifiers, tape recorders, effects units, mixing consoles, headphones, speakers, and many more. What is Audio Equipment Used For? For decades, audio equipment has been used for many applications like concerts, meeting rooms, homes, education purposes, etc. There is a need for recording, reproducing, or enhancing volume. Electron...

Audio equipment refers to devices that record, reproduce, or process sound. These include various devices like radio receivers, microphones, CD players, AV receivers, amplifiers, tape recorders, effects units, mixing consoles, headphones, speakers, and many more.

What is Audio Equipment Used For?

For decades, audio equipment has been used for many applications like concerts, meeting rooms, homes, education purposes, etc. There is a need for recording, reproducing, or enhancing volume. Electronic circuits have been specifically designed for certain audio signal processing operations to make specific changes to the signal while it is still in electrical form. Audio signals can be created synthetically when electronic devices generate electrical signals. 

Traditionally these were designed with analog electric circuit techniques until digital technology advanced to a certain extent. Digital devices can be manipulated in the same way by computer software as audio electronics because of their compatible digital nature. Both analog and digital signal formats are still in use, so both can be used depending upon the application.

Types of Audio Equipment Available

We have a wide range of audio equipment available to meet your audio solutions.

Powered Mixers

Powered mixers are known as analog mixers that have built-in power amplifiers. Because of this characteristic, sound can be played with the mixer when directly connected to the speaker. When the same equipment is always connected, power mixers can be utilized by only turning their power on, and the operation gets simplified and convenient.

Induction Loop Kits

An induction loop is a cable or an audio frequency loop that goes around the listening section. This is very convenient in helping people use hearing aid loop listeners to hear better and transparently because it reduces or eliminates background noise.

Induction Loop Amplifiers

These are devices that improve the function of the induction loops, making them cut or reduce background noise in earpieces and helping people with hearing problems hear better.

Megaphones

Megaphones are cone-shaped devices that aim to direct the voice or magnify it. Megaphones are majorly used to direct your voice to larger crowds or call someone at a distance.

Power Amplifiers

Power amplifiers are effective for converting low-powered signals into high-powered signals. Common examples include audio amplifiers used to drive headphones and loudspeakers and radiofrequency amplifiers like those used in the last stage of a transmitter.

Acoustic Analysis and Testing

These include testing equipment that effectively tests devices for the sound emissions radiating from the equipment. This testing equipment is required in many industries to protect the hearing of the workers, technicians, and other equipment users.

Storing Audio Equipment

It is recommended to store audio equipment in dry places. Make sure to keep them safe from humidity and moisture as they will lead to corrosion and damage the internal components of the audio equipment. This can shorten the operating lifetime of the equipment. Therefore, where you store your audio equipment plays an essential role in determining how long it will last. 

When kept in good condition, audio equipment like speakers, amplifiers, turntables, and components of these systems are expected to last for 10 to 20 years. Some audio equipment does not last as long as the others, as CD players can only last from 5 to 10 years when kept in reasonable condition; however, they are outdated now and replaced by other equipment.

FAQs
We offer free shipping for orders over £200 if delivery is in the UK. All other orders in the UK, shipping from £7.99 depending on the weight and measurement. Mainland Europe shipping charges start from £25. For all other countries shipping charges start from £50 for products like Audio Equipment and all others.
You can email us directly at sales@enrgtech.co.uk or via our website for any queries regarding Audio Equipment or any other product.
This depends on the Audio Equipment individual product and information that can be found on our website.
Yes, we offer special discounts on orders above £200 for Audio Equipment and all other products.
UK orders normally take between 2/3 working days. International orders normally take between 3/5 working days for all products including Audio Equipment.
Yes. We keep updating our stock frequently and if a product like Audio Equipment is not in stock then we will let you know.