Habit 1: Frequent hard feedback: If you feel tingling in your ears because of the long and sharp feedback sound, it means that the speaker is also damaged! If you continue to use the speaker after damage, it will make the situation worse.
Habit 2: Incorrect two-way power amplifier push: the frequency division is too low and the treble is amplified too high. Be sure to check the specifications of the speakers to set the most suitable crossover point and dual amplifier drive.
Habit 3: The number of speaker systems cannot meet the sound pressure level requirements or suitable coverage: add speakers to provide additional amplification channels instead of using higher watts on the same speaker.
Habit 4: Try to use an indoor system to meet the needs of outdoor performances: Compared with indoor performances, outdoor performances require at least 12db of audio output, and at least 20db can meet their needs.
Habit 5: Excessive use of equalization: An excellent smile-shaped equalization curve is an evil smile for speakers. Keep in mind that equalization should be used to cut audio rather than enhance the signal. Need more treble? Then reduce the bass. If you need more bass, then reduce the treble.
Habit 6: Misuse of compressor/limiter: Excessive compression and frequency limitation shorten the life of audio files and compressors.
Habit 7: Insufficient amplifier space: If your amplifier is underpowered (not enough headroom), it will produce clipping, which will damage the compressor.
Habit 8: Transient phenomenon occurs suddenly when the speaker is overheated: Transient phenomenon usually occurs when the power is turned off and the microphone is plugged in or unplugged.
Habit 9: Clipping before the signal reaches the active amplifier: This is caused by incorrect mixer gain distribution or overheated line signals.
Habit 10: Continue to use it after damaging the loudspeaker: Continue using it without checking the crossover point after the speaker is damaged. Let your ears be your guide. If the input signal is clear and distortion can still be heard, it is likely that there is a problem with the speaker.