Audio transmitters, receivers and transceivers are devices that are used to transmit and receive audio signals. Transmitters send an audio signal from a source such as a microphone or an audio player to its destination. Receivers receive the audio signal from the transmitter. Transceivers are devices that are capable of both transmitting and receiving audio signals simultaneously.
Transmitters, receivers and transceivers can be connected to audio systems in various ways. They can be connected to a speaker system through a standard analog line in, or through a digital interface like USB. Transceivers can also be connected to a wireless network, allowing audio signals to be transmitted through a computer or Wi-Fi router.
Transmitters, receivers and transceivers are used in many applications such as radio broadcasting, teleconferencing, and home recording. They are also used in surveillance systems, home cinemas, and as part of wireless speaker systems. Different types of audio transmitters and receivers are available to suit a variety of different uses and purposes.