This is drew. I’ll braille displays make some noise.
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I am curious about these new braille displays that generate rail on multiple lines. I have read that they are even working on braille displays that generate the equivalent of 1full page of braille. Some of these displays our tablet computers that have a refresher both braille display instead of a screen. Very interesting!
On Nov 19, 2018, at 3:57 AM, Ann Parsons <firstname.lastname@example.org> wrote:
The only way to determine if the Orbit is too noisy is to try it. It would depend on the microphone, and the studio acoustics. I'd try it before making a blanket statement. Remember that a demo of how loud the Orbit is would be done with the mike pointing at it. I have a headset which tends to block out a lot of ambiant noise. I'm sure that something similar may be available for radio equipment. I wouldn't throw out the baby with the bathwater.
It may be that the Orbit will not work well with radio equipment, but to make assumptions is not a good idea. Me, I'd want to try it first; have some measurable data to go on.
Just my $.02 for a Monday morning.
Ann K. Parsons
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