by Jason T ·Posted 10/23/2020
If you’re familiar with the wired noise-canceling earbud designs that began popping up on the market several years ago, you’re sure to recall the fairly large, in-line boxes that hung on the cabling of most models. This rather cumbersome design characteristic was necessary to house the batteries and circuitry behind the active noise canceling. But lately, we have seen manufacturers begin to pack noise-canceling functionality into much smaller, and more streamlined profiles. This is an impressive feat, especially when you consider the
by M. Brett Smith ·Posted 05/10/2019
Like many people, my everyday carry items revolve largely around work: the things I need for my daily commute or the items that help me perform my job more effectively. I spend a lot of time writing and researching, so I need items that facilitate both. Plus, my time on the subway isn’t inconsequential or without challenges, so I need gear to help me along the way. To get me through it all, here are my essential everyday carry items. Apple iPhone X Regardless of who you or are what you do, most people benefit from a smartphone. For me, it’s
by jaime traba ·Posted 04/25/2018
Audio in the age of iOS has its ups and downs. You have all the pros of a competent music capture and playback device that fits in your pocket. Generally speaking, iPhones are powerful enough to let you track and edit audio and video destined for YouTube, and, thanks to the processing power of the iPad Pro and a host of excellent iOS-centric DAWs and video editors, you can get into laptop-level processing power. Just like any tech, there are
2,769 Views ·Posted 12/28/2015
Join Rob Rives as he talks with resident DAC expert Dan Bockrath about the ever-growing portable listening amp and digital-to-analog converter category, here at B&H. The two focus on the newly released Shure SHA900, as well as the TEAC Ha-P50, the
1,572 Views ·Posted 05/21/2015
In the following video, Rob Rives, from B&H, demonstrates the d:fine IN-Ear Broadcast Headset Microphone from DPA. Rives explores the headset’s design, interchangeable microphone capsules, and the available physical variations for using the headset in your production. He also showcases features that make the headset comfortable to wear, for example, how the modular design makes it easy for the user to replace