For portable use, a peripheral device is the simplest way to enhance a computer's audio I/O while still keeping the setup compact.
The latest breed of cable testers can quickly diagnose wiring errors, and some models have added unique connectors beyond XLR and TRS as well, such as RJ-11, RJ-45 and USB.
The human voice is capable of a wide dynamic range, which is why it makes sense to run a station's mics through a mic processor.
We look at several compact, portable mixers that might work well for your remote broadcast setup.
If the studio doesn't sound good, the on-air product won't sound good either. Here are some products to control the acoustics.
While newer technology for telephony exists, the POTS line is still in common use. We picked four popular single-line telephone hybrids to compare.
Radio stations are posting video content online, so we looked at some of the available tools for your station.