RightSound technology. So you sound like—you.
What’s that noise?
Have you ever made a video call and thought that the person on the other end sounded unusual? That their voice was unnaturally flat? Or there was a strange distortion in their speech?
Webcams let you see and talk to your friends and family—wherever they are. But with most webcams, you need to wear a headset or distracting background noise (the whir of a fan, the hum of your computer) can mar your conversation.
At Logitech, we hear that sound, too. And we know it’s annoying. That’s why we developed RightSound™ technology—to help ensure that your voice comes through crisp and clear.
Say good-bye to that humming sound
Try this. Stop reading for a moment and just listen to the sounds in your room. (We’ll wait.)
Now, think about all the different sounds you hear. You can probably categorize them into two types: sounds with a regularly repeating pattern (like a fan, air conditioner, or your neighbor’s lawnmower) and sounds that vary (like the human voice). Engineers would call the first type ‘stationary sound’ and the second ‘non-stationary sound.’ Ambient noise is another way to describe the first type of sound.
Ambient noise—such as the hum of your computer—is what can really spoil your video call.
Fortunately, ambient sound waves produce a regularly recurring pattern. And because they do, we can identify the ambient noise in the midst of all the other sounds in the room, including your voice, and help make it less of an annoyance. In a nutshell, that’s what RightSound does.
RightSound. Real difference.
There’s a lot of talk about megapixels when it comes to webcams. But we know that a satisfying video call requires good sound quality, too.
At Logitech, a team of acoustic engineers created RightSound. Using sophisticated algorithms,, we carefully analyze the entire spectrum of sound to better isolate the ambient noise, and more deftly cancel it out with a signal below the threshold of human hearing.
The result is that your friends and family only hear the real you. Loud and clear.