Considerations for Remote Instruction Using Internet-based Technology

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  • Kevin Raber
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    Considerations for Remote Instruction Using Internet-based Technology

    With all the virtual meetings and such these days this article will come in handy.  Look for a special Zoom meeting soon with the whole PXL team.  Ask questions, talk about the industry and anything else.  Details real soon.

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    Jim Kasson
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    Re: Considerations for Remote Instruction Using Internet-based Technology
    Reply #1 on: July 24, 2020 at 6:54 pm

    Please comment on the best ways to get low-latency sidetone at the appropriate level. I haven’t solved this, and I usually operate with no sidetone at all, which, with the over-the-ear headphones I need because of my hearing aids, is pretty bad.

    Is there a way to solve this short of a preamp and a mixer?

     

    Jim

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    Jim Kasson
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    Re: Considerations for Remote Instruction Using Internet-based Technology
    Reply #2 on: July 24, 2020 at 11:46 pm

    I figured a way to get the sidetone right. I got a Blue USB mike with a built-in low-latency speaker amplifier and plugged the headphones into that.

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