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megaphone

[′meg·ə‚fōn]
(acoustics)
A conical or rectangular horn used to amplify or direct the sound of a speaker's voice.
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Police warned activists through loud hailers not to charge.
With Macy Gray-ish vocalist Rosie Bones on board, Loud Hailer is fierce and funky, with influences including hip-hop and soul as well as the requisite blues.
Now I am sure that there are many people who think that I don't need a loud hailer to scream across the track, as for someone who is only five foot tall, I can generally make myself heard fairly well.
Many will abhor the noisy fashion in which he went about his business, drowning out daily life with chants from his loud hailer.
One eyewitness said officers used a loud hailer to encourage him to leave the flat before the fatal shot was fired.
The electric package also includes a loud hailer, VHF radio, and radar.
The Eurocopter includes a loud hailer facility as well as large spotlights and heat sensors.
It was learnt that the allocation was about RM3,000 per trolley and the 'shopping spree' started at 7pm as Tunku Ismail announced it through a loud hailer surrounded by shoppers.
The hovercraft stopped its engines twice to allow the crew to listen for replies to loud hailer calls made to attract the attention of anyone lost in the fog.
So a loud hailer was used as a loud hailer to attract the attention of the crowd
I would like to thank Ely Play Centre - and a big thank you to Dan, who got the community together with the loud hailer.
A spokesman said it would be used primarily in 'loud hailer mode' to issue verbal warnings to any boats on the River Thames that caused fear.