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Düzenleyen: Adam O'Camb

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[* black] We wrestle a small board from the adhesive holding it to the barrel, and notice two Conexant [https://www.phoenicselectronics.com/conexant/voice-a-d.html|CX20810|new_window=true] ADC chips by Synaptics for the microphone array.
[* black] Not to be outdone, the board has a microphone of its own—likely the low frequency microphone for woofer calibration.
[* icon_note] This mic essentially listens to the woofer output and, through some [http://www.audioxpress.com/article/louder-faithful-and-consistent-using-digital-signal-processing-to-improve-loudspeaker-performance|fancy signal processing|new_window=true], fine-tunes the woofer to get the best performance possible while keeping bass levels in line with other frequencies.
[* black] Back to the rest of the microphones: here's one of the two arraysarray. They're glued firmly to the case and their funnel-shaped channels, and come out in two sets of three.
[* black] Back to the rest of the microphones: here's one of the two arraysarray. They're glued firmly to the case and their funnel-shaped channels, and come out in two sets of three.