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Both I and the Airstream dealer remained stumped on the cause, but I am open to the possibility that it was unreliable shore power from the campsite or perhaps a malfunctioning converter.
This is likely due to the use of the external interface’s own analog-to-digital conversion rather than the converters inside the microphone, and the end results felt a touch bit more detailed on the high-frequency end.Samson Q9U review: A studio-worthy mobile-friendly mic|Tony Ware|July 20, 2021|Popular-Science
It’s a less expensive option than buying a standing desk converter, but you don’t get a keyboard tray.
A standing desk converter is basically a super-powered monitor stand.
When you go tall, you give up some style—standing desk converters are bulky brutes.
With the converter in operation, the first step in the cycle was the evacuation of the ducts to a near-perfect vacuum.
He boosted me into the chamber of the converter and pointed out an opening near the top, about twelve by twenty-four inches.
The roaring flames, rushing from the mouth of the converter, changes its violet color to orange and finally to pure white.The Harris-Ingram Experiment|Charles E. Bolton
To load or charge the converter it is tilted over somewhat to one side so that molten pig iron can be poured into it.
During the whole time that the metal is in the converter, from twenty to thirty minutes, no fuel is used to keep it hot.
British Dictionary definitions for converter
- a device for converting alternating current to direct current or vice versa
- a device for converting a signal from one frequency to another or from analogue to digital forms