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While playing back audio, the WS853 can compensate somewhat for problems you might have run into while recording: a noise-cancellation setting can reduce overall background hiss (though this comes at the expense of battery life), while a voice balancer setting can even out recordings that were made with the mic sensitivity set too low or high by compressing the overall level for a more even sound (though you might run into increased noise).
On 2 October 2006, the Embraer's captain and first officer were ordered by the Mato Grosso Justice Tribunal to surrender their passports pending further investigation. The request, made by the Peixoto de Azevedo prosecutor, was granted by Judge Tiago Sousa Nogueira e Abreu, who stated that the possibility of pilot error on the part of the Embraer crew could not be ruled out. The Embraer crew was forced to remain in Brazil until their passports were released to them on 5 December 2006, more than two months after the accident, after federal judge Candido Ribeiro ruled no legal grounds existed for "restricting the freedom of motion of the foreigners."
On 6 November 2006, the families of 10 of the deceased filed a lawsuit for negligence against ExcelAire and Honeywell, alleging that the ExcelAire pilots were flying at an "incorrect altitude" and that the Honeywell transponder was not functioning at the time of the collision. Other suits were subsequently filed on behalf of other victims, with similar allegations against ExcelAire and Honeywell. The victims' families also filed suits against other U.S.-based defendants, including the two Embraer pilots, as well as Raytheon, Lockheed Martin, and Amazon Tech (manufacturers of Brazil's ATC equipment), and ACSS (manufacturer of the Embraer's TCAS).
On 16 May 2011, Judge Mendes sentenced the two pilots to four years and four months of prison in a "semi-open" facility for their role in the collision, but he commuted the sentences to community service to be served in the United States. Brazilian authorities accused the pilots of turning off the Legacy's transponder moments before the accident and turning it on again only after the crash, but this was denied by the crew in a deposition via videoconference. Mendes said in his sentence that pilots had failed to verify the functioning of equipment for more than an hour, a length of time he called "an eternity" in aviation. On 9 October 2012, Brazilian federal prosecutors announced that they had successfully appealed the sentence of the pilots, asking to increase their sentences by 17 months (a total of 5 years and 9 months). The new trial was scheduled for 15 October, with the pilots again facing trial in absentia. On that date, the court upheld the prior convictions, but modified the sentences to 37 months for each, requiring that the pilots "report regularly to authorities and stay home at night."
AirDrop is a native service for sending files in all iOS and macOS devices first released in 2011. It uses a combination of WiFi and Bluetooth to transfer data and currently has no file size restrictions.
The NIDCD sponsors It's a Noisy Planet. Protect Their Hearing, a national public education campaign to increase awareness among parents of preteens about the causes and prevention of NIHL. Armed with this information, parents, teachers, school nurses, and other adults can encourage children to adopt healthy hearing habits.
The control button layout is somewhat tricky. Instead of separate volume controls, you only have two touch-sensitive buttons, one on each earpiece, and you have to use them to control the playback, turn the headphones on/off, initiate pairing, answer calls, and adjust the volume. For example, if you want to raise the volume, you will have to press the right button twice. To decrease the volume, you have to click the left button twice. The controls are not complicated but adjusting to this button layout will take some time.
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In 1987, the State of California passed the California Beverage Container and Litter Reduction Act to provide an incentive to help increase beverage container recycling rates. The Act requires consumers purchasing beverages in certain recyclable bottles and cans in California to pay a deposit referred to as California Redemption Value (CRV) at the point of purchase. The deposit is 5 cents on containers less than 24 ounces and 10 cents on containers 24 ounces or larger.
In partnership with its waste hauler, the City provides complimentary technical assistance to help businesses comply with these laws. For more information or to request assistance, please contact the Public Works Department at email@example.com or call 949-470-3056.
Through its trash hauler, Mission Viejo hosts two collection events a year for residents to dispose of their old light bulbs, fluorescent tubes and other household hazardous waste. To learn more or to find out when one of these collection events will be happening next, please contact the Mission Viejo Public Works Department at 949-470-3056 or firstname.lastname@example.org.
The compost itself is beneficial for the land in many ways, including as a soil conditioner, a fertilizer, and as a natural pesticide for soil. Composting also helps the environment by reducing the amount of waste sent to landfills. Waste that is landfilled not only takes up valuable space, but it also releases methane gas, which is responsible for climate change.
There is a limit of 125 pounds or 15 gallons of HHW per vehicle. Each container must not exceed 5 gallons. Please do not bring sharps, ammunition, appliances larger than microwaves, asbestos, construction materials, leaking containers, pressurized cylinders, tires, trash, explosives, radioactive waste, biomedical waste or unknowns as these items will not be accepted. To learn more or to find out when one of these collection events will be happening next, please contact the Mission Viejo Public Works Department at 949-470-3056 or email@example.com.
For more information about items accepted at County household hazardous waste collection centers, please call 714-834-4000, visit www.oclandfills.com, or view the Guide to Orange County's Household Hazardous Waste Collection Centers fact sheet.
Through its trash hauler, Mission Viejo hosts two collection events a year for residents to dispose of their E-waste. To learn more or to find out when one of these collection events will be happening next, please contact the Mission Viejo Public Works Department at 949-470-3056 or firstname.lastname@example.org.
At one time, flushing old medication down the toilet was a recommended method of disposal. We now know that disposing of medications in this manner is harmful to the environment. Water from inside your home goes to a wastewater treatment plant; but these plants are not designed to remove man-made pollutants, such as medications, from the water. As a result, when the treated water is released from the wastewater treatment plants, the chemicals from the medications are still present in the water. This presents a threat to our water bodies such as creeks, rivers, streams, and the ocean.
The City of Mission Viejo has a medication disposal program to help keep harmful pollutants out of our waterways. Residents can safely dispose of expired or unwanted non-controlled prescription and over-the-counter medications at the Norman P. Murray Community and Senior Center by dropping them in a secure medication disposal container. The Norman P. Murray Community and Senior Center is located at 24932 Veterans Way. Please call the Community Center at 949-470-3062 before dropping off your medications for center hours and to ensure that the container has space available.
I am developing and iPhone app with Adobe Air 2.6 using Flash CS 5.5. I am trying to capture microphone input and then playback an mp3 file. The problem is now, that once I capture the microphone data with the SampleDataEvent.SAMPLE_DATA event, the volume of the playback mechanism seems to be decreased significantly. 041b061a72