WinBridge Voice Amplifier Beeping Noise

Published November 4th, 2021

Written by WinBridge Team

A beeping noise on your voice amplifiers can be one or two things. One, it could be indicating that the battery is low-bat and needs recharging. Or it is out of range, and the hiss or static is caused by feedback. Always check if your wireless microphone is working or disconnecting.

If you use your voice amplifier as a Bluetooth speaker, check if your phone is out of range. When you are using the wireless headset mic, and your voice amplifier starts beeping, check the battery and connection of your mic.

White noise and unwanted ambient sounds are minimized by the circuit design of the wireless voice amplifier/speaker, allowing you to enjoy a pleasant and gratifying listening experience! It filters out and cancels out background noise, so you don’t have to turn up the volume to hear well.

Because its structure provides a barrier that filters high-frequency sound waves, the active noise-cancelling function in wireless headsets or microphones may minimize excessive or unwanted noise. The noise is minimized in this way by actively removing or filtering lower-frequency sound waves.

If you encounter beeping sounds and you cannot troubleshoot, you can send us a message and help you figure out the problem.

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