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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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Zuckerwar, Principles of Operation of Condenser Microphones, in AIP Handbook of Condenser Microphones, ed.
Microphone array contains 15 omnidirectional condenser microphone units MCE100 soldered on the printed circuit board with dimensions of 200 x 200 mm.
Excellent tools for multi-track recording, the cardioid condenser microphones feature built-in headphone monitoring with zero latency and monitor mix control, enabling users to instantly hear what they're recording through headphones and make adjustments on-the-go.
Assemblies are available for condenser microphones, speakers and vibration motors.
After faithfully serving the electronics industry for nearly 50 years, electret condenser microphones are beginning to give way at the edges to silicon micromachined microphones.
Contract awarded To furnish new Observation Lab with a two-way intercom system between the observation room and the three testing rooms, and equip the rooms with a CCTV System that is synchronized with condenser microphones to achieve high quality audio recordings.
National Semiconductor Corporation has announced two amplifiers, LMV1012 and LMV1014, that are said to be the market's first "amps in a mic," integrated directly inside two- and three-wire electret condenser microphones (ECMs).
When sound bounces inside an object, only some of the waves move across material interfaces; a small amount of sound energy also leaks into the air, which the condenser microphones pick up.