Definition of Microphones. Meaning of Microphones. Synonyms of Microphones

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Definition of Microphones

Microphone
Microphone Mi"cro*phone, n. [Micro- + Gr. ? sound, voice: cf. F. microphone.] (Physics) An instrument for intensifying and making audible very feeble sounds. It produces its effects by the changes of intensity in an electric current, occasioned by the variations in the contact resistance of conducting bodies, especially of imperfect conductors, under the action of acoustic vibrations.

Meaning of Microphones from wikipedia

- transducer: DC-biased microphones, and radio frequency (RF) or high frequency (HF) condenser microphones. With a DC-biased microphone, the plates are biased...
- 2007, a one-off 7" single was released under the Microphones moniker, titled Two Songs by the Microphones. In 2008, The Glow Pt. 2 was reissued by K Records...
- Røde Microphones, LLC /ˈroʊd/ (stylised RØDE) is an Australian-based designer and manufacturer of microphones, related accessories and audio software....
- individual microphone array elements can create one or more "virtual" microphones. Different algorithms permit the creation of virtual microphones with extremely...
- Electret MicrophonesAudio Engineering Society Convention Paper Apply Electret Microphones to Voice Input Designs App Note Electret Microphone Amplifier...
- manufactures condenser microphones, ribbon microphones, dynamic microphones, USB microphones, microphone preamplifiers, microphone accessories and headphones...
- JZ Microphones (Juris Zarins Microphones) is a Latvian manufacturer of professional microphones and recording accessories. JZ Microphones was established...
- connect microphones to audio equipment—including PA systems, radios, tape recorders, and numerous other devices. The most common microphone connector...
- DPA Microphones (originally Danish Pro Audio) is a Danish manufacturer of microphones and microphone solutions for the professional markets, owned by the...
- move about freely while using a microphone without requiring a cable attached to the microphone. Wireless microphones usually use the VHF or UHF frequency...
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