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cardioid

[′kärd·ē‚ȯid]
(mathematics)
A heart-shaped curve generated by a point of a circle that rolls without slipping on a fixed circle of the same diameter.
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Cardioid (directional) boom microphone brings clear voice signal and filters out most background noises
4 Modulation Mode: Fm, 5 Microphone Element: Dynamic, Cardioid, 6 Spurious Rejection: 60Db, 7 Power Requirement: 9 V Battery, 8 Current Consumption: 40 Ma, 9 Controls: Mute/On Switch, Power On/Off Switch, 10 Indication: Red Led For Indicating Low Battery And Green Led For Mic On.
Soundelux USA has released the U195 cardioid fet P48 microphone.
I received all the items available for the AVX system, which includes the Lavalier Pro Set as well as the handheld with both the cardioid and omni-directional mic heads.
The most commonly used pattern in churches is the cardioid, which helps to avoid feed-back problems, but has a restricted pattern, when compared to an omni-directional microphone.
The word cardioid refers to anything that has the shape of which human organ?
The answer to the last question (give the mathematical name for a heart shape) is a cardioid.
1](t)] = [2 cost-cos 2t, 2 sin t-sin 2t], t [member of] [0, 2[pi]] (shown in blue cardioid on the left), and [C.
87 [pounds sterling]/100 grams This inconspicuous, excellent quality electret condenser cardioid microphone is supplied with a 1.
The pattern shown in Figure 1B illustrates a cardioid (heart-shaped) type.
Each array is 38 cm long and has nine cardioid electret microphones (Knowles Electronics, EL3077) that are equally spaced about 3.