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9/14/2012 04:19 PM EDT

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Les_Slater
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Les_Slater   9/24/2012 10:00:54 PM
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We may not be at the high end recording studio with MEMS mics .... yet, but seems like the potential is enormous, especially if they're used in arrays with gobs of signal processing.

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karenlightman   9/28/2012 4:52:44 PM
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HI everyone! I am so pleased to see such an animated discussion about MEMS microphones - and yes @mediatechnology - the link to the demo file is missing in the story (sorry about that) - I'll look into getting it uploaded somewhere by my friends at Analog Devices. I guess I have this Pollyanna-ish view that Rockstars have good voices (I am sure all do not). :) @Brakeshoe - Recently at a conference I held at UC Berkeley we had another MEMS mic company, Knowles Electronics, talk about the use of MEMS mics in hearing aids and their cross-over into consumer applications. You can check out my org's website for more info: www.memsindustrygroup.org. Thanks everyone and keep the comments coming - I love it and look forward to more on my next blog. What other topics in MEMS would you like me to write about?

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rlkjmv   11/9/2012 9:22:35 PM
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wow mems microphone are great

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