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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.

... et comme si c'était le signal, les haut-parleurs sortent.

Apple se vante que les haut-parleurs spécialement conçus profitent au maximum de "chaque millimètre cube" à l'intérieur du MacBook Pro. À 2200 $, nous espérions bien que ce ne serait pas du plug-and-play.

Les microphones doubles DXEC02 bottom-port Knowles MEMS (avec Job Id/Tape Numbers) se trouvent sous (ou sur?) l'ensemble du haut-parleur gauche.

Ils utilisent un "algorithme adaptatif de faisceaux acoustiques" pour éliminer les bruits de fond et faciliter les conversations avec votre ordinateur les appels via Skype et pour améliorer la performance de la reconnaissance vocale.

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