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Professional audio equipment can be simplified into three categories; input, output and mixers or transformers

Input devices are bits of hardware such as microphones or electronic devices like an electronic keyboard. For non-electronic instruments such as orchestral instruments microphones can be used to input the sound to the system. There are several other electronic input devices that can be used to different sounds. A personal computer can be used as the input source, it can also be used as a very good mixer as well.

Output devices are also hardware and are basically the speakers that re-produce sound. These could be a small speaker such as headphones, or a complete surround sound system. The part of the setup that produces the sound is the output, the bit you hear.

The part of the setup that sits between the input and output that amplifies the sound or distorts it is the mixer. Professional audio equipment will have a good amplifier that will give you as much volume to the output as you want without distorting the sound. Some mixers might intentionally add distortion or other effects depending on your tastes. A professional audio equipment setup will be able to amplify a lot without ruining a signal, mix in and control several different inputs and add whatever effects you want.

Get a mp3 digital audio player or an ipod mp3 player to listen to your favorite tunes.

The main difference between basic and amateur equipment and professional audio equipment is the quality and, above all else, the price of the setup. Professional equipment will produce much clearer, louder and better quality sounds. They will be able to pick up and playback the quietest sounds, or add whatever effects and styles to the output you could want.

One of the main defining points to spot a professional is how well they work with their equipment. Whatever setup you use you should know exactly what all the buttons do and which to press for the desired effect. You must be well acquainted with your equipment and had plenty of practice using it. You should also know what sounds good, just because it's a rock band you shouldn't just amplify everything to the maximum. If an orchestra is missing a couple of players then you should be able to hide this by amplifying the remaining artists.


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