HW Audio GOVNOR valve release

IN EAR MONITORS, AMBIENT PORT, VENTED IEM'S, BUILT IN MIC'S, PNEUMATIC PRESSURE..... WHAT DOES IT ALL MEAN!!??

If you haven't used in ear monitors before don't worry, like everyone else after your first few days of figuring out how to get them in and out you'll be an expert on custom earphones. You will never want to go back to generics, headphones or stage wedges again!

Custom in ear monitors (IEM's) are the main choice for professional musicians due to being the most discreet and comfortable option with the best isolation and stunning audio reproduction. However there has been some negative research into the occlusion effect and pneumatic air pressure causing ear fatigue and potential hearing loss

So this is where the fun begins... there are now many different types of technologies from many custom IEM companies to combat this occlusion & pneumatic pressure buildup within your ear when using custom or very well fitted earphones.

Custom In Ear Monitors

BUT WHAT ARE THE FACTS ABOUT IN EAR MONITORS?

Balanced armature drivers work best in a sealed plug.
Adding vents to custom ear monitors can change the frequency response.
The sound on stage is bad, that is why we want to block it out with in ears.

SO HOW DO YOU VENT A SEALED IN EAR MONITOR TO RELEASE A BUILD UP OF PRESSURE WHILST MAINTAINING A PERFECT SEAL?

 

INTRODUCING THE GOVNOR

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