There are some projects you see and you start wondering does this really work? Well, it’s the same with today’s and for this reason, we’ve done just enough research on the topic and tried it out and the results; well you’ve also got to do it yourself to see.
The invention of the microphone was a much needed answer to an old desire of men, wanting their voices
literally to be heard by many at once and from a distance4. A number of noble men have played their roles in the evolutionary process that has finally led to the microphone make up we have today but the basic prototype credited with the invention was developed (by popular acclaim) by David Edward Hughes.
This invention is based on the concept of electromagnetic induction using a carbon microphone. A process that converts sound energy into electrical impulses or audio signals. That’s about all that needs to be said and not get anyone confused or misconstrue today’s project as a complicated one.
After the break, we’re going to see how to make a pretty neat and simple microphone from a match box and a 9v battery…
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