Asked in Computer HardwareMotherboardsNouns
How do you select a proper microphone?
Asked in Nouns
Is microphone a proper noun or a common noun?
The noun 'microphone' is a common noun, a general word for any device used to convert sound energy into electrical energy for the purpose of transmitting or recording sound. A proper noun is the name of a specific person, place, or thing; for example, the Shure SM57 Dynamic Microphone or the Neumann U87 Ai Shockmount Set Z Microphone.
Asked in Nouns
Is microphone a common proper noun?
Asked in Computers, Computer Hardware
How do you activate microphone on Dell Latitude E6400?
Asked in Guitar Hero, The Beatles, Rock Band Video Game
How do you disable the microphone on beatles rock band?
Asked in Relationships
How do you select a proper a proper mate or partner?
Asked in Windows 8, How To
How to turn on microphone on windows 8?
To select which microphone you want to use in Windows 8, swipe the right side of the screen on the desktop or put your mouse in the bottom right hand corner. A menu with 5 icons should appear; select the gear that says "Settings". Then Click on "Control Panel". When the control panel windows appears select "Hardware and Sound". In the sub menu that appears select the "Sound" section. A small windows should appear. Select the "Recording" Tab at the top of the window. You should see a list of microphones that are connected to your computer. Select the one you want, click "Set Default" and click "OK". Exit out of the control panel and the microphone should record your sound.
What are words related to microphone?
Many words are related to microphone. Examples are: button microphone, capacitor microphone, carbon microphone, condenser microphone, contact microphone, dictaphone, digital microphone, dynamic microphone, electrostatic microphone, hydrophone, laser microphone, lavalier microphone, liquid microphone, mic, mike, moving coil microphone, omnidirectional microphone, parabolic microphone, pick-up, piezoelectric microphone, ribbon microphone, shotgun microphone, tap, throat microphone, unidirectional microphone, water microphone, wire-tap, wire-tapping, wireless microphone
Asked in Computer Hardware, Broadband Internet
How do you turn on the microphone on dell inspiron 1520?
Asked in Software and Applications (non-game), Microsoft Corporation, Microsoft Word, Microsoft Xbox 360
How do you make Microsoft say what you are typing?
I do not know how to make Microsoft talk to you but I know that if you connect amini microphone then you can go to a word processor and connect your microphone if you have a tool bar you can select microphone on. After that you practice with the computer hearing you read then you can talk to make your own words. Made by the kid firstname.lastname@example.org
Asked in Digital Cameras, Webcams, Sound Cards
How can you get volume on your webcam?
Asked in English to Spanish
How do I get a whole paragraph translated into Spanish?
You can search for google translate. With google translate, select the original language in the first box and select the second language (Spanish) in the second box. Enter the English text to be translated or click on the microphone icon and carefully speak the english words through your computers microphone. The Spanish translation will appear in the second box. If you used the microphone, you may also hear the translation spoken through the computer speakers.
Asked in Nintendo Wii, Guitar Hero
How do you work the band hero microphone on Wii?
The microphone has a USB connector. There are 2 USB ports on the back of the Wii. Hook the microphone connector into one of the ports. But you need to have a Wii remote on so that you can still select your difficulty level and scroll around. And pressing the A button on the remote will give you star power mode
Asked in Computers, Microsoft Windows, Windows XP
How do you turn off the can you turn of the microphone on your computer because it keeps mocking you?
It is possible. The microphone is probably simply being played back through the speakers. In order to disable this functionality, follow these steps: a) open your Play Control or Volume Panel (if you're using a non-Windows application to control volume, click Menu Start, select 'Run', type in "sndvol32" without the quotes and hit [OK]) b) in the Options menu, select Properties c) ensure that you have Playback selected, find your microphone input (usually called "Microphone", but on Realtek integrated audio cards it can be named "Rear Pink In") and make sure it has a tick left of it d) click [OK] e) the microphone playback control should now show up in the program, find it and select "Mute" under it. f) close the application This should disable microphone playback. The procedure will not affect microphone recording capabilities (unless you're recording through Stereo Mix with some other Wave sounds, but if you are, you should already know what you're doing).