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Measure in decibels of acoustic power
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Loudness
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Measure in Hertz, basic pitch of sound
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Frequency
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point where permanent hearing can occur
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Threshold of Pain
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accepts sound all around the mic
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Omnidirectional
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focuses on sound in ONE direction
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Unidirectional
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"Heart-shaped" unidirectional mic
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Cardioid
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Rugged, durable mic
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Dynamic Microphone
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High quality, sensitive mic, needs power
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Condenser Microphone
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Extremely sensitive, used only in audio booths
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Ribbon Microphone
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foam rubber designed to let normal sounds through & block out wind noise
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Windscreen
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Handheld Mic
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What type of mic does a field reporter use?
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Lavalier Mic
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News Anchors on the desk use..
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Boom Mic
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Film production crews use a...
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Desktop Mic
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Game Shows use a...
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Headset Mic
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Performers use a..
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Rugged, inexpensive, no power
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Pros of a Dynamic Mic
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larger, not the best quality
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Cons of a Dynamic Mic
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sensitive, better quality, small
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Pros of Condenser Mic
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Fragile, needs power
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Cons of Condenser Mic
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held by talent,control mic location, control intimacy of sound
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Pros of Handheld Mic
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distracting, hands not free, quality of sound
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Cons of Handheld Mic
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move freely, mic never moves, consistent sound
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Pros of Lavalier
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each one needs a mic, proper set-up, clothing may rub
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Cons of Lavalier
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least interference, more expensive
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UHF Frequencies
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cheaper, most likely to interfere
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VHF Frequencies
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