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…and right on cue, out come the speakers. Apple claims that their custom speakers make the most of "every cubic millimeter" inside the MacBook Pro. For $2200, we sure hope that they wouldn't be plug-and-play. The dual DXEC02 bottom-port Knowles MEMS microphones (with Job Id/Tape Numbers) lie underneath (or on top of?) the left speaker assembly. They use an "adaptive beam-forming algorithm" to cancel out background noise to make it easier to talk to your computer make calls via Skype and improve the speech recognition performance.
  • …and right on cue, out come the speakers.

  • Apple claims that their custom speakers make the most of "every cubic millimeter" inside the MacBook Pro. For $2200, we sure hope that they wouldn't be plug-and-play.

  • The dual DXEC02 bottom-port Knowles MEMS microphones (with Job Id/Tape Numbers) lie underneath (or on top of?) the left speaker assembly. They use an "adaptive beam-forming algorithm" to cancel out background noise to make it easier to talk to your computer make calls via Skype and improve the speech recognition performance.

y así salen los altavoces.

Apple sostiene que sus altavoces personalizados sacan provecho de "cada milímetro cúbico" dentro de la MacBook Pro. Por $2200, esperábamos que no sean de inicio automático.

Los micrófonos Knowles MEMS de puerto de base doble DXECO2 (con Trabajo ID/Números de Cintas) yace debajo (¿o encima?) del ensamblaje de altavoz izquierdo. Utilizan un "algoritmo conformación de haces adaptable" para cancelar el ruido de fondo y facilitar las llamadas via Skype y mejorar el funcionamiento de reconocimiento de habla.

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