In Ear Monitors

Term Category: Technology

In-ear monitors (IEMs) are personal audio devices used by musicians, performers, and audio professionals to monitor their live audio or recorded sound. They consist of earpieces that fit directly into the ears, providing individualized sound feeds to the user. In-ear monitors offer several benefits, including isolation from ambient noise, clear and balanced sound reproduction, and protection of hearing by reducing the need for high stage volumes.

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