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Tips To Choose The Best Guitar Effects Pedals

17th June 2011
Guitareffects pedals are used by guitarists to change the sound output of their guitars. This change is brought about by a characteristic "stomping" motion which is why the guitar effects pedals are also called stomp boxes. Without these effects, the guit... Read >
Author: CarterWright

What are Bill Acceptor Machines intended for?

17th May 2011
Currently, the vending market is brimful of brands putting across their intelligent and smart bill acceptors. Be it ICT, Cashcode or JCM, all these eminent brands are struggling hard to acquire optimum market share by proving their launched products to be... Read >
Author: linesuper

Hermetically sealed condenser microphone

07th September 2010
Hermetically sealed condenser microphone including an outer sealing diaphragm hermetically sealing an electroacoustic transducer within a case from the outside environment. The sealing diaphragm passes sound undiminished through an underlying intervening ... Read >
Author: Rebecca

The Difference Between Dynamic and Condenser Microphone

16th August 2010
Most professional condenser microphone pick up sound waves and convert those waves into an electrical signal to be used by audio equipment in one of two ways. Dynamic Microphones A dynamic (or moving coil) microphone operates by using a wire coil and a... Read >
Author: Rebecca

Benefits of Transponder Keys

07th July 2010
One advantage of technology is making men's lives safe. Because of new inventions such as transponder leys, our cars, homes, and offices are kept protected from intruders. Transponder keys functions by providing transmission signal between the key and the... Read >
Author: larrytlandorn045

Car Upgrades: Wideband O2 Sensor

02nd July 2010
There are plenty of cost efficient upgrades that you can make to your car to improve its performance as well as increase the fuel efficiency and lessen the environmental impact of your car. The addition of a wideband O2 sensor is an example of an upgrade ... Read >
Author: articlemarketing01@gmail.com

Differences Between RS232, RS485 And RS422

15th December 2009
RS232, RS485 and RS422 mainly defines the electrical signal characteristics of drivers and receivers like, signaling rate, voltage levels, short circuit behavior, maximum load capacity and voltage withstand levels. But there are some differences between e... Read >
Author: Rahul Rungta

How To Optimize Your Brain and Improve Your Memory

07th October 2009
The importance of your brain cannot be overstated. In my years of speaking to clients, the first thing I always advice them to do is improve first their brain... be it to improve a relationship, quality of life or even a business, because at the end of th... Read >
Author: johnhogan

What is engine knocking

21st May 2007
When engine knocking is detected the knock sensor sends electrical signal to the ECU. Directionally as the compression ratio of the engine increases so does the required octane number of the gasoline if engine knocking is to be avoided. Engine knocking is... Read >
Author: John

How Do Guitar Amplifiers Work?

01st March 2007
Guitar amplifiers amplify the sound fed into it from the guitar and drive the guitar loudspeaker. The sound waves generated by the guitar strings are converted into minute electrical signal with the help of the guitar pick up and then fed into the guitar ... Read >
Author: Max Cane

Cordless Phones - Just How Do They Work?

29th January 2007
If it weren't for the cordless phone allowing me to carry my communications link where ever I go, I don't know if I would be able to get anything done. As much as I use the cordless technology, I haven't thought once about just how it works. For those ... Read >
Author: Kathryn Lang
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