Sound Advice was developed with the following people in mind: Music store retail personnel Disc jockeys Musicians who do their own set-up Sound men with limited experience Electronic students interested in audio Music students interested in electronics Anyone involved in institutional sound systems Anyone who buys PA equipment (i.e. power amplifiers, microphones, speakers, etc.) and wants to be a more educated shopper
Features: Find the answers to many questions pertaining to common audio problems, complete with solutions and/or prevention. More than 100 advice records. Bookmark and/or attach a personal note to any advice topic. Notes may be beamed to other Sound Advice users. Complete, alphabetically indexed database with more than 200 audio terms defined in easy to understand language. Calculate voltage, current, resistance, and power. Convert between RMS, average, and peak values. Includes quick reference charts for finding the precise audio frequency of musical notes, finding the parallel impedance of almost any combination of speakers, and more. New search feature. Jog dial support. On-screen help.