The LS31 wireless headset from Dsound has many impressive features. These include dual microphones, built-in mic monitoring, and a detachable boom mic. These headsets also plug into your computer for direct audio. You can use either the boom mic or the built-in microphone. Whether you use the boom mic or not, the LS31 will deliver high-quality audio without sounding shaky or distorted.
LS31 has good frequency response consistency
The Dsound LS31 wireless has good frequency and treble response consistency. The treble range is very consistent across human subjects. There are some differences in the bass and mid-bass range. The low-bass provides the bass punch while the mid-bass adds warmth and a deeper tone to the music. Both frequencies are equally important for creating a rich, layered, and immersive listening experience.
It has a Mini-TOSLINK (3.5mm/optical) input jack
The connection between a laptop computer and a music system is via a 3.5mm mini-TOSLINK audio jack. This type of jack is compatible with both analog and digital audio, as its form factor is similar to the Mini-Jack. However, mini-TOSLINK jacks have a longer tip containing a fiber-optic LED. An analog 1/8″ TRS plug will not make contact with the fiber-optic LED. This type of input and output jack is most common on laptop computers.
Unlike standard RCA audio jacks, this connection is made with a single-channel signal. The stereo version uses a TRRS mini-jack. Mono-TRS connections are used for headphones with microphones. Mono-TRS connectors transmit a single-channel signal, while stereo-TOSLINK connects a stereo-PCM signal.
It has a shell-kill-word command
This command kills the word behind the point by using the white space or slash character as the boundary. It saves the killed text to a kill-ring. Default, it kills the text from the point to the end of the line. If you’d like to change the direction of the text, just add a new word after the current one.