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Audio/Sound #1

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Speakers an output device used with computer systems to produce audio that can be heard by the listener
Microphone an instrument for converting sound waves into electrical energy variations, which may then be amplified, transmitted, or recorded.
Bidirectional microphone microphone that picks up sound from two opposite directions
Boom microphone a directional mic that is mounted on a boom arm and positioned just out of camera
Lavalier microphone (lapel) a small microphone designed to pick up speech from a single person, typically attached to the subject's clothing with a specialized clip
Mounted microphone a microphone that is attached to a stand or boom
Omnidirectional microphone microphone that captures equally from all directions
Wireless microphone a microphone that is not physically connected to a camera or recording equipment
Created by: KatieMead