mute switch

mute switch

A switch that cuts off headsets or speakers and mikes. On some aircraft, the switch cuts off only the radio reception.
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It would also have been helpful if we could see the mute switch because the new iPhone will supposedly replace the flat switch with a round toggle.
The dummy devices also didn't show the iPad-like redesigned mute switch. This year's devices are also expected to support for reverse wireless charging.
We watch them on our devices with the mute switch flipped, soaking up the action without listening to a word that's being said.
The transmitter has two buttons on the side and a mute switch on the top, as well as a small LCD which displays basic information (RF level, battery time remaining and the name of the connection).
So if you're a grown man playing on a crowded train, it's probably a sensible idea to hit the mute switch.
Whatever "time spent" is being recorded by the ad verification company was likely time spent scrambling to find the hidden close button or hit the mute switch before anyone nearby hears the ad.
It supports the direct connection of headphones thanks to the integrated 3.5 mm jack and also features a volume and mute switch.
Leak results are stored with a touch of the mute switch. A built-in LED light improves visibility in dark areas.
BAD-boy rockers Oasis turned the air blue in a foul-mouthed rant that had ITV bosses fuming and reaching for the mute switch.
And let's spare a thought for the most nervous man in the jungle - the production team's sound recordist who spent the following 36 hours with his finger hovering over the mute switch every time Lydon swung into view.
The SL has "only" six inputs, no EPL, mute switch, hi/lo filter, or tone controls, and occupies a smaller chassis.