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STAGE
WEEK
PERCH
BACKLUND
WAY
INSTRUMENTS
TIMBERLAKE
TRADITIONAL TELEPHONE
PLAY
NINTENDOGS
GENE CHANDLER
ENSEMBLE PERFORMANCE
TWO-WAY MICROPHONE
SENSITIVE MICROPHONE
MEAN GENE OKERLUND APPROACHES
ZARYA CALLING KEDR
STETHOSCOPE BELL MICROPHONE 225
BOOKER MAN
ELECTRONIC MICROPHONE
LOUDSPEAKER 51
MIDI ETC
BUILT-IN MICROPHONE
CARBON GRANULES
NITRO MICROPHONE UNDERGROUND
CARBON MICROPHONE
SET
MOVIE
ALLOWING
CLOSE
WORKING
DEVELOPED
LAST
NIGHT
SONG
FEATURES
CORNELL
SORRY
FOLKS
START
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MEASURE
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    This Review contains major "Microphone"- related terms, short phrases and links grouped together in the form of Encyclopedia article.

Definitions

  1. A microphone is an acoustic transducer, converting sound waves into electrical signals.
  2. A microphone is used for the input, and a speaker or earphone output is used to gate an SCR to which the flash terminals are connected.
  3. The microphone was originally intended to introduce extra functionality for certain games, but, in practice, very few games had ever made use of it.
  4. The microphone was poorly handled as well, meaning that we frequently missed the first few words of the Holy Father's prayers.
  5. A laser microphone is an exotic application of laser technology.

Words

  1. The proud papa handed the microphone to his daughter, who had a few words to say about her WWE debut.

Stage

  1. HBK interrupts Vince McMahons speech as he enters on stage with a microphone and cheers from the crowd.

Week

  1. Randi Weingarten, head of New York City's union, took the microphone and hollered, "Just teach for a week!" She said I could select from many schools.

Perch

  1. Button continues to push the sport, but now from his perch off the ice and in front of the microphone.

Backlund

  1. Hart and Backlund didn't just have to submit to lose, they had to say the words "I Quit" into a microphone.

Way

  1. Kozlov then grabs a microphone and says that tonight, he won the Battle Royal and at No Way Out, he will win the WWE Championchip.

Instruments

  1. The new instruments are a microphone, a drum set, and upgraded Fender Stratocaster guitars for the lead and bass guitarists.

Timberlake

  1. Celebrating after his concert with Timberlake at the Meadowlands, Timbaland was given a microphone and started improvising, clubgoers told Page Six.

Traditional Telephone

  1. In a traditional telephone, the user interface consists of a 12-key keypad, a speaker, and a microphone.

Play

  1. What's more, Lomax got McTell to talk as well as play for his microphone.

Nintendogs

  1. Nintendogs takes advantage of the Nintendo DS' touch screen and microphone, which are used to interact with the dogs.

Gene Chandler

  1. By 1970, Gene Chandler was ready to be on the other side of the microphone again.

Ensemble Performance

  1. During the ensemble performance, Alan Tam seemed to keep passing the microphone over to Gillian, who was stood beside him on the stage.

Two-Way Microphone

  1. The two-way microphone and speakers inside the MRI machine allow you and the technologist to speak to each other during the scan.

Sensitive Microphone

  1. Using a highly sensitive microphone the sound of the fetal heartbeat can be amplified and monitored using a small loudspeaker.

Mean Gene Okerlund Approaches

  1. Backstage Hulk Hogan is shown heading through a corridor when Mean Gene Okerlund approaches him with a microphone.

Zarya Calling Kedr

  1. Sergey Korolyov speaks into a microphone: " Zarya calling Kedr (Gagarin's call sign).

Stethoscope Bell Microphone 225

  1. Across the top of FIG. 2 is the input path for receiving the body sounds through the stethoscope bell microphone 225 found in the stethoscope bell 106.

Booker Man

  1. Brian Pillman grabbed the microphone, saying, sarcastically, "I respect you, booker man".

Electronic Microphone

  1. The stethoscope includes a pickup head coupled to an electronic microphone by means of a flexible tubular acoustic member.

Loudspeaker 51

  1. FIG. 1A shows a conventional speakerphone 100 with a handset 72, a microphone 50 and a loudspeaker 51.
  2. The voice data flows between the telephone hybrid interface circuit 130 and the microphone 50 and loudspeaker 51.

Midi Etc

  1. Records audio from microphone, speakers (what you hear), CD Audio, MIDI etc.

Built-In Microphone

  1. The handsfree feature allows you to use the built-in microphone and speaker on your M5316 to carry on a telephone conversation.

Carbon Granules

  1. In a modern phone there is an electronic microphone, amplifier and circuit to replace the carbon granules and loading coil.

Nitro Microphone Underground

  1. He became a member of Nitro Microphone Underground in 1997.

Carbon Microphone

  1. A traditional telephone voice circuit consisted of hybrid transformer, speaker, carbon microphone and one resistor.

Set

  1. You must use a microphone to mimic the engine sound, which the game will listen and set you blazing forward accordingly.

Movie

  1. You can record sound from your microphone, speakers or other audio sources into your movie.
  2. Many movie stars (like Mary Pickford, above) stepped up to the microphone and were paid handsomely to address or perform for the masses.

Allowing

  1. It also implements Logitech USB audio technology, allowing the player to order their crew chief with a headset or microphone.

Close

  1. Carotid Phonoangiography — A test using a sensitive microphone placed on the neck, very close to the carotid artery.

Working

  1. UFC’s Bruce Buffer, donning Full Tilt Poker logos, introduced Hellmuth to the crowd before his microphone stopped working.

Developed

  1. Wallace, who frequently sang without a microphone, was influenced by blues great Ma Rainey, yet developed a style all her own.
  2. Elisha Gray (1835-1901) developed a microphone almost at the same time.

Last

  1. After the singer ends her set, the Doctor steps up to the microphone and asks them if any object had fallen from the sky in the last few days.

Night

  1. So one night I did this Nirvana tribute, and at the end, I threw the microphone down on the floor, just like Kurt Cobain used to do, and it broke.

Song

  1. Students using headphones attached to a microphone, follow a computer screen and sing along with a paced song based on a reading level text.

Features

  1. Famicom controllers were simple in design, though they included a number of features, such as a microphone, missing from their NES counterparts.
  2. It also features a built in microphone and the ability to connect up to 16 Nintendo DS systems together wirelessly.

Cornell

  1. Morello described Cornell: "He stepped to the microphone and sang the song and I couldn't believe it.

Sorry

  1. When Federer couldn't continue, Nadal walked to the microphone and said, "Roger, sorry for today." The response from the crowd: laughter.

Folks

  1. For sheer, heartfelt vocalizing abilities, of all the folks who stood in front of the microphone at Sun studio, Warren Smith may have been the most talented.

Start

  1. Sable took the microphone to announce that she and Torrie were uncomfortable, so they decided to start the match with their gowns already off.

Conversation

  1. By using a Broadband Internet Connection, microphone and speakers a conversation can take place similar to traditional telephone.

Measure

  1. The singer and any prominant instrument had to be brought near the microphone even if only for a measure or two as in the Lester Flatt G run.

Flair

  1. Hogan got on the microphone and said that Styles and Flair would still have to wrestle him and Abyss tonight, and this time it would be a no DQ match.

Stick

  1. The modern handset came into existence when a Swedish lineman tied a microphone and earphone to a stick so he could keep a hand free.

Measurement

  1. Like the acoustic coupler, it contains a calibrated microphone for the measurement of the sound pressure developed within a cavity by the earphone.

Source

  1. Audio can also be recorded from any source, including microphone, line-in, or speakers.
  2. Record streaming audio from the Internet, microphone, or any other source for that matter.

Categories

  1. Games > Video Games > Nintendo > Nintendo Ds
  2. Handset
  3. Senses > Hearing > Sound > Speakers
  4. Electrical Signals
  5. Technology > Equipment > Medical Equipment > Stethoscope

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