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TRS (Tip, Ring, Sleeve) Phono Jack or Stereo Jack- 1/ 8 Also called a “Mini”. Notice the single ring for and 1/4 inch --- Used on a Telephone. TRS (Tip, Ring, Sleeve) Phono Jack or Stereo Jack-– ¼”. RCA. This cable carries the highest quality digital audio and video signals.

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TRS (Tip, Ring, Sleeve)

Phono Jack or Stereo Jack- 1/8 Also called a “Mini”

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Notice the single ring for and 1/4 inch --- Used on a Telephone

TRS (Tip, Ring, Sleeve)

Phono Jack or Stereo Jack-– ¼”

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XLR

Rejects hum

and other electronicinterference andcan be used forlonger runs.

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TOSLINK- To hook the video and audio to a transmitter

that transmits the broadcast ( standardized optical fiber connection).

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Natural Sound is defined as?

Ambient or sound naturally occurring

at a location.

microphone transducers
Microphone transducers
  • The component of a microphone that converts sound into an electrical signal.
dynamic transducer no battery
Dynamic Transducer (No Battery)

A mic whose sound pickup device consists of a diaphragm that is attached to

a movable coil. As the diaphragm vibrates with the air pressure from the sound,the coil moves within a magnetic field, generating an electric current.Dynamic microphones work via electromagnetic induction.

They are robust, relatively inexpensive and resistant to moisture.

This, coupled with their potentially high gain before feedback, makes

them ideal for on-stage use.

microphone with condenser transducer battery
Microphone with Condenser Transducer (Battery)

A mic whose diaphragm consists of a condenser plate that vibrateswith thesound pressure against another fixed condenser plate.Also called an electret or capacitor microphone.

microphone with a ribbon condenser
Microphone with a Ribbon Condenser

A mic whose sound pickup device consists of a ribbon that vibrates withthe sound pressure within a magnetic field. This is the most fragile andthus, the most sensitive of all microphones.

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Cardioid means "heart-shaped", from the Greek root word "cardi". A cardioid pickup pattern means pickup to the front of the microphone, and to a lesser extent the sides, with good rejection of sound to the back of the microphone.

Cardioid

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If you only had one microphone to use for a round table discussion, which pick-up pattern would you use?
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Omni-Directional

(All Directional) An omnidirectional microphone picks up sound equally 360 degrees around the microphone capsule.

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What type of pick-up pattern would you use to pick up sounds better from the front than from the sides or back?
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Unidirectional- Pickup pattern in which the microphone can pick up sounds better from the front than from the sides or back.
shotgun boom microphone
Shotgun/Boom microphone

** These microphones have a hyper-cardioid microphone. This is similar to cardioid but with a tighter area of front

sensitivity and a smaller lobe of rear sensitivity.

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Lavaliere Microphone

Talk normally when wearing this.

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Name the type of microphone

that is handled by the performer

with the ability to talk with anyone

in the audience?

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Acoustic foam rubber put over a

microphone to cut down wind noise.

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A wind screen made from synthetic material and resemblesmore a mop than a wind screen.
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Amplifies weak signals

Controls volume

Creates one Mixed signal

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Allows for the switching of a

microphone or an audio output

from a source such as a VCR or

other audio recorder.

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What is the purpose of

mic/line faders?

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Sound-volume control that

works by sliding a button

along a specific scale.

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What device on an audio

mixer measures the relative

loudness volume units

of sound?

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Name the button on an audio mixer that is used to

control the signal strength of the mixed output

from an audio mixer?

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The final mixed and quality-processed

Signal that is sent from the audio mixer.

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