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Condenser Microphone


The simplest type of microphone in which the capacitance (electrical charge) is varied by sound, causing movement in one plate (diaphragm) in relation to a fixed backplate. (Sound)
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This type of microphone is probably the best type to use in multimedia CALL programs as it provides a stronger signal when the learner is recording his/her own voice. Condenser microphones work only w [..]
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Condenser Microphone


A mic that depends on an external power supply or battery to electrostatically charge its condenser plates.
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A mike that depends on an external power supply or internal battery to electrostatically charge capacitor plates, one of which is subjected to sonic motion. Also called a 'Capacitor' microph [..]
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The most common style of mic for recording voice due to its accuracy and sensitivity. Condenser’s require phantom power due to their low volume output.
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  A type of microphone using a diaphragm paired to a parallel metal plate to form a capacitor—an electrical device that can store energy between two such associated plates; when vibrations cause th [..]
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A microphone which converts sound pressure changes into changes of capacitance. The capacitance changes are then converted into electrical voltage variations (an audio signal).
Source: testing1212.co.uk


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