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|LAVALIER MICROPHONE||Originally, a mic worn around the neck on a string. Now applies to a small "tieclip" microphone.||Microphone||Microphone|
|MICROPHONE||Device for converting sound into electrical pulses which can then be amplified or recorded onto tape. Signals from a microphone are very low level and are amplified in the mixing desk to line level.||Mic (and variations)||Mic|