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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]
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Having deployed TSL Products' SoundField microphones for last year's release of NYC Ambisonics, PSE once again turned to the SoundField microphones to capture Chicago's ambiences from all angles.
Even after the availability of various approaches for determining the location of the speaker with the help of multiple microphone array, we cannot afford a normal microphone for the purpose of recognizing partial speech.
In 1929, Ballantine devised a "method of three electrophones" [20], by which the sensitivity of each microphone of a set of three could be determined from the results of three pairwise electrical measurements, provided that at least one microphone could be used both as a source and receiver.
"The goal is to use the biobots with high-resolution microphones to differentiate between sounds that matter -- like people calling for help -- from sounds that don't matter -- like a leaking pipe," Bozkurt says.
Parameters Values Frequency range 100 Hz-5 kHz Frequency response Flat in the audio function (FRF) form range of frequencies, irregularity no more than 6 dB Dynamic range > 60 dB Sensitivity It should not change depending on the frequency of signals, direction of sounds or pressure applied onto the sensor Signal/noise ratio > 60 dB (SNR) Direction diagram Omnidirectional Sensor attachment Condenser microphone--elastic belt, glue Piezoelectric microphone, accelerometer--glue Protection against Acoustic sounds: noises and protection against interference vibration, covering with sound- absorbing filling.
The second microphone is chosen as a reference channel.
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The fast startup also eliminates the need to keep microphones in standby mode, thereby further saving power.
- type of microphone: condensing with targeted characteristic
More than a decade ago TCG joined the Coalition of Wireless Microphone Users, which included professional sports leagues, commercial theatres, performing arts service organizations, a religious organization, and various news outlets.
The next evolution of the industry's leading array microphone system, the MXA910 ceiling array microphone promises to empower integrators, consultants and meeting participants to embrace collaborative speech environments.