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microphone

 [mi´kro-fōn]
a device to pick up sound for purposes of amplification or transmission.

mi·cro·phone

(mī'krō-fōn),
An instrument for converting sounds to electrical signals.
[micro- + G. phōnē, sound]

microphone

/mi·cro·phone/ (mi´krah-fōn) a device to pick up sound for amplification or transmission.

microphone

a device to pick up sound for purposes of amplification or transmission.
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However, dynamic microphones have several drawbacks: difficult and massive construction, relatively low sensitivity, difficulties with forming directional responses, etc.
As opposed to other representatives of this group, the level of sensitivity of compact dynamic microphones did not allow recording weak acoustic signals.
The EVO System comes with six dynamic microphones, two wireless microphones, four microphone stands, a dedicated measurement microphone and all cables necessary for a typical installation.

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