Definitions for "microphone"
An instrument for converting sounds into electrical signals, for the purpose of recording or amplifying the sounds. It produces its effects in various ways, as for example by the changes of intensity in an electric current, occasioned by the variations in the contact resistance of conducting bodies, especially of imperfect conductors, under the action of acoustic vibrations. Other forms of microphone may use changes in capacitance or other phenomena to transduce the sounds into electrical signals.
Usually shortened to mic. An instrument which collects live sound and coverts it to electrical impulses which are then input into a mixer/amplifier.
A device that converts power in the form of sound waves into electrical power. This can be directional or nondirectional, flat frequency response or contoured, fixed or mobile, condenser or dynamic or one of many other types, wired or wireless, high or low impedance, with or without preamp, etc.
Keywords:  microtone
Microphonic Microtone
a push source--the live source continuously provides a stream of audio
An audio capturing device, which in instant messengers is used to send an audio feed to another user. Many webcams have built-in microphones.
There will be a microphone built into the system, either built into the unit or as a stand-alone item that is placed on the meeting table. Extra microphones can be added to the system.
Keywords:  tweight, phone, get
a tweight phone then get
an important piece of equipment for any type of musician and can be responsible for the enhancement or the detraction of a great song
a point source that records the whole sonic spectrum with only one diaphragm
Keywords:  thereof, combination
a combination thereof
Keywords:  thing, powerful
a powerful thing