2. What is the difference between L and R of the headset?
As we all know, headphones are divided into two channels, L and R. L is “left”; it is the left channel, R is “right”, it is the right channel, but do you know why it is so divided?
First of all, because our left and right ear structures are different, so that the wearer has a better experience, the earphones are also designed into a slightly different shape to adapt to the structure of the ears. If you wear it upside down for a long time, your ears will feel uncomfortable and affect the listening experience.
Secondly, when people make music, they usually use two microphones to record the sound according to the left and right channels, which can ensure high reproduction of the sound. For example, the L end accepts the sound of the left channel, and the R end accepts the sound of the right channel. At the same time, the cooperation of the left and right channels can also create a three-dimensional sound. If you listen to songs without separating the left and right channels, you will not be able to enjoy the wonderful sound quality.
Then, people need to distinguish the space, level and direction of the sound source through the left and right ears, and the left and right channels of the earphones also play a similar role. Especially when playing games with headphones, players can correctly perceive the position of each other through the left and right channels of the headphones, thereby improving the authenticity and experience of the game.