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I thought the mouse "touchpad" of the laptop would be better for scratching using analog x's scratch program and I The noise from the bar-code scanners of about 20 supermarket checkouts. Recorded using the iRig Recorder App on an iPhone Low-quality audio recording of supermarket checkout line, with beeps from barcode scanner and voices in background. Based upon "BEEP. Background noise removed, normalized to zero, clip includes just the beep, and a light reverb Beeps from several barcode readers in a supermarket which create a delay audio effect.
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Joined Nov 1, Messages However, when I connect with the proscan client software, I get an continuous annoying background noise see attachment. I've tried shielded aux cables and removing the stereo splitter I'm using but neither thing has made a difference.
Is there some setting I'm missing? The recordings on the server PC do not have this annoying noise. Try taking the audio from the record output instead of the speaker output. You will have to set the record flag on each channel you want to stream but using the pre-amp output instead of the amplified output should if it is like some of the older Uniden scanners mute the audio between transmissions.
I had to do that for the three scanners I am using to stream and it cut down the noise considerably. An oddity though I have to leave the scanner audio to the speakers up just a little or I get distorted audio out of the record output.
I suppose it needs the load of the audio amp just being there. However, I have it set to output all channels. EDIT: Did not change anything. Hmm, ok, It helped on mine. It sounds to me that the audio mute that Uniden is using is not completely muting so you are getting the white noise between transmissions. You could try an external sound gate VOXthe problem is the delay in turning on will often lose the first syllable of the message I have a cheap blue-tooth head set that I tried to use to listen to audio books on my phone that does this and is very annoying.
Try to pad the audio down to the point the recording amp doesn't pick it up. If you are really into hacking, most of the audio chips have an actual mute line on them that can be attached to the squelch line to mute the noise. It is usually ignored because the level is too low to be heard over the speaker and the couple of cents to route the signal and decouple it add up during manufacture.
I had to modify some early BK two-way radios that the officer didn't like the chuffing while it scanned. One of those annoyances that is tough to remedy. Any other suggestions? Last edited: Aug 9, ProScan said:.
Also try turning down the Mic Input level in the Win Mixer and turn up the scanner volume.Self-checkout also known as self-service checkout and as semi-attended customer-activated terminalSACAT machines provide a mechanism for customers to process their own purchases from a retailer.
They are an alternative to the traditional cashier -staffed checkout. The customer performs the job of the cashier themselves, by scanning and applying payment [ clarification needed ] for the items. As ofthere wereself-checkout units worldwide, and the number was estimated to reachunits by In self-checkout systems, the customer is typically required to:.
Most coupons also have barcodes and can be scanned the same way that items are scanned, although some require entry by a member of staff. There is typically a staff member supervising a group of self-checkouts who will assist customers when required, and authorise the sale of age-restricted products such as medicines, alcohol, knives and tobacco.
The benefit to the retailer in providing self-checkout machines is in reduced labour costs: one attendant can often run four to six checkout lanes with the work of the cashier now being assumed by the customer. The size of a self-checkout machine is also smaller than a traditional checkout manned by a cashier; thus, a store can save space, which could be used for more shelves, display cabinets, or additional checkouts.
Self-checkout can also sometimes be faster than using a cashier lane. This can reduce the length of checkout lines and wait times. One advantage is that self-checkouts can, if the necessary investment is made, provide a partly multilingual service. It cannot be fully bilingual unless the goods themselves are labelled in all the relevant languages, which is often not the case.
For example, Tesco 's Welsh stores which can serve customers in Welsh whereas finding enough fluent Welsh-speakers as staff can be difficult because in some areas only a small proportion of local people have Welsh as their first language.
Self-checkout is vulnerable to some shoplifting techniques. In some cases the machine will pick up the attempt to steal, or cause the shopper to alter their behavior e. Studies suggest that a large proportion of shoppers are tempted to shoplift due to the relative ease of fooling self-checkouts.
For example, a person who initially without intent to steal does not scan an item, may remember that this was easy, and fail to scan other items deliberately. Non-barcode items such as produce, and store staff overriding or ignoring checkout alerts, were singled out as vulnerabilities, and poverty was not seen as a major factor. The founder of one store video surveillance system estimated that "Theft—intentional or not—is up to five times higher with self checkout than when cashiers are working", although behaviour of shoplifters is becoming well known, and stores are now better at shoplifting detection.
Ina study was carried out where people with disabilities used self-checkout machines, and found that existing checkout machines were not designed for accessibility.Grocery store (supermarket) ambient noise - Sound effects
Self-checkouts are also criticized for reducing the possibilities for customers and store staff to interact, and adversely affecting customer service in general. Customers have often complained about the repeated robotic-sounding messages coming from self-service checkouts. Insupermarket Tesco replaced the robotic announcements with more human-sounding voice prompts. Retailers have been known to use novelty voices for their self-service checkouts.
Being more complex, self-checkouts are more prone to failure. For example, they use scales to weigh goods in the bagging area, and, if the scale fails, the machine does not work.
Also, in a manned checkout lane, any simple problems like lack of receipt paper would be immediately fixed by the operator, while self-checkouts may not be fixed for quite some time. This lack of reliability can be compensated for by having excess lanes available or enough staff on hand to perform immediate maintenance.
An alternative system self-scanning consists of a portable barcode scanner that is used by the customer to scan and bag items while shopping.
The customer pays and receives a receipt at the checkout kiosk. The integrity of the system is maintained through the use of random audits or RFID.
The Walmart -owned warehouse clubSam's Cluballows customers to download an app and scan items into their cart using a mobile application.Read more From all of us here at CB World, we wish you the very best.
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Update: after about 8 years of service, my did one more scan of some 8mm film, and then decided to call it quits :- sane-find-scanner still reports it, but any other software says there's no scanner attached.
When scanning a heavy book, you may get the following: the scan head stops, and a terrible grinding ratchet sound is heard from the scanner. When you hear this, switch the scanner off immediately. Even worse, from that moment on you may never be able to scan again without this problem occurring. It is caused by the fact that on one side the glass plate is supported by three very flimsy plastic tabs, which bend downwards when some pressure is applied to the plate as from a heavy book.
On this page I describe a possible fix. Opening the scanner disconnect the power cable, the USB cable, and the cable going from the lid to the base at the back of the scanner swith the transport lock switch to the "locked" position, both at the back of the scanner, and under the lid! My faster solution is to use duct tape see picture below. However, in my case the glass is still quite well attached to the case. If you push down on the middle of the glass, it is obvious that the case is ridiculously flimsy; the top at the back sags, the sides of the top section twist and the bottom sides bend out and down.
Thus, moderate pressure will move the glass bodily downwards; push down on a book spine to flatten the page and you are in trouble! The carriage guide rod seems to be slightly higher at the front end than the back, relative to the case edge - about 1 mm.
I have inserted washers between the case sections at the screw positions 1. But it's not ideal, as it doesn't address the fundamental lack of case stiffness - an appalling piece of product design. Incidentally, the much cheaper model has a completely different case design with a full-depth upper section and is appreciably stiffer. And another reader sent this: My fix was to glue down the front edge of the glass. It was just loose enough to cause the carriage to lock up half way down the bed even with light pressure on the top of the glass.
More info about a fix sent recently November : This solution for fixing the Epson Scanner was brilliant! The machine screws were about 3mm too long, I cut them off with Dremel tool and 1.
Be careful to clean up all dust before reassembly. No more rachet noise, which indicated the drive belt was trying to strip the gear because scan assembly was catching on the front end of the glass, which was sagging due to broken or weak plastic supports. Great solution, thanks!! And another reader sent this July : I've solved it with some hot glue, placed in the same position as the original holders and extra spots to improve the main system.
Hold the glass and plastic support firmly together while the glue is cooling, and let the material grip well on the plastic body. Take care of little glue wires, don't let them grip on the glass, so work from the borders, never pass over the glass to prevent issues. Hoping this will help. Some info on the plastic casing from another reader November : I found that even if the glass plate supports do not give way, the thin, weak plastic used for the bottom part of the case is apparently not chemically stable and softens over time.
My is hardly ever used and has spent most of the last 9 years sitting on a shelf, but it just now started making that noise. Examination showed that the glass plate was still in place one flimsy plastic side tab had fallen offheld by adhesive strips and the remaining tabs; so, as the bottom part of the case could not be reformed, I did the add washers trick on the 4 end screws holding the case together suggested earlier by another reader - they simulated restoring the height of the case bottom enough to allow the moving carriage to clear the glass plate.
In this case a washer thickness of just 0. To lessen the plastic case deformation, I would recommend storing the scanner on its side rather than horizontally on its feet, and in a cool temperature. Send me your comments! Something didn't work as expected?Buy sounds previous play pause next autoplay mute unmute.
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Thread starter thewraith Start date Feb 20, Joined Nov 22, Messages 1, The plan was to release the plug-in via his website but currently the English translation is not functional in the admin section of the site which is complicating creating a release post.
Changed: Channel analyser buttons 'Lock' and 'Unlock' are disabled during scanning to avoid accidental usage. Added: 'Configure' - option for adjusting fade speed for on screen buttons in channel analyser.
Fixed: 'Edit scan ranges' - When exiting a empty field, it would cause an exception. Fixed: On occasions when scanner stopped, an exception would occur. Added: Ability to run scanner without channel analyser. Joined Aug 21, Messages Working flawlessly!
Thank you thewraith! BM Member. Copied the new dll into my V to replace the prior version dll which worked correctlyno other changes were made.
V starts ok but the scanner plugin does not show up in the plugins to the left of SDR.