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Magic microphone: All smoke, no mirrors

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re: Magic microphone: All smoke, no mirrors
WKetel   1/18/2010 8:51:36 PM
This is indeed interesting. What will be far more interesting is to see how the concept would perform in a less controlled environment. It is clear that there would be a higher dynamic range, but exactly how high was not mentioned. It would need to be a significant increase to be worth the effort, is my feeling.

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