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/ˈmīkrəˌfōn/,
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microphones, plural;
  1. An instrument for converting sound waves into electrical energy variations, which may then be amplified, transmitted, or recorded


  1. device for converting sound waves into electrical energy
  2. A microphone (colloquially called a mic or mike; both pronounced) is an acoustic-to-electric transducer or sensor that converts sound into an electrical signal. In 1876, Emile Berliner invented the first microphone used as a telephone voice transmitter. ...
  3. Mirophone (ميكروفون) is an upcoming Egyptian independent film by Ahmad Abdalla About the underground art scene of the city of Alexandria, Egypt
  4. "Microphone" is a second official single by supergroup Slaughterhouse from their self-titled debut album. It is produced by The Alchemist.
  5. (Microphonic) Microphonics describes the phenomenon where certain components in electronic devices transform mechanical vibrations into an undesired electrical signal (noise). ...
  6. (The Microphones) The Microphones were a lo-fi band based in Olympia, Washington, and fronted by Phil Elvrum. Elvrum is the principal member of the band, but he has collaborated with many other musicians on his records.
  7. A device (transducer) used to convert sound waves into a varying electric current; normally fed into an amplifier and either recorded or broadcast; To put one or more microphones on or in
  8. (Microphones) Shure, Audio Technica, Sennheiser and Audix
  9. (Microphones) There are a variety available:   Cordless/Wireless - Portable, using its own power source.  Lapel - Can be pinned to clothing, used if speakers walk around or need their hands free.  Lectern - Attached to the lectern. ...
  10. (Microphones) devices used in the recording of sound in film and video production; omni-directional microphones indiscriminately record sounds which reach them from all directions; shotgun (also called directional) microphones may be aimed precisely and exclude much sound which emanates from ...
  11. (Microphonic) Sometimes components in an audio device become or are sensitive to vibration, and convert that vibration into audio signals. Tubes are a common culprit. When tapped, a microphonic tube will output noise. ...
  12. An acoustical-electrical transducer by which sound waves in air may be converted to electrical signals.
  13. A piece of an audio technician’s recording equipment that converts sound into an electric signal, which can then be amplified, recorded or both. Types of microphones include condenser, dynamic, ribbon, liquid and laser microphones.
  14. Electrical instrument used to amplify the speaker's voice
  15. Usually shortened to mic. An instrument which collects live sound and coverts it to electrical impulses which are then input into a mixer/amplifier.
  16. An instrument which converts a relatively small dynamic pressure change into an electrical signal. See transducer.
  17. Conan will sometimes knock the microphone on his desk over for a cheap laugh. Once in a while, he'll knock it over and then jokingly threaten the audience, such as "I'll clear this studio if I have to," and "...fill it with a minty foam. ...
  18. the part of the hearing aid that picks up sounds
  19. Electromechanical sound transducer used to input sound into a recording, amplifying or sensing device, so called because they are much smaller than the old acoustic sound horns they replaced.
  20. The microphone leads the sounds into the amplifier to be processed. It changes acoustical energy into electrical energy, which is then processed within the hearing aid.
  21. Electro-acoustic device for converting sound signals into electric. Used in telephony, radio broadcasting, television, PA systems and sound recording.
  22. An instrument that converts sound into electricity for the purpose of transmitting or recording (as in radio, TV or tape recording).
  23. A device that converts power in the form of sound waves into electrical power. This can be directional or nondirectional, flat frequency response or contoured, fixed or mobile, condenser or dynamic or one of many other types, wired or wireless, high or low impedance, with or without preamp, etc.
  24. A device that converts sound into electrical signals usable by other pieces of audio equipment. Microphones vary in sound quality, generating system used, directional patterns and impedance. For examples see Shure Microphones in the Equipment Guide.
  25. A transducer designed to convert a sound wave into an electrical current. Microphones are one of the most important elements of any signal path as they are the initial conversion point for any acoustic sound source to be recorded. ...