Re: No sound-inputs but sound recording FMIT
- Date: Sun, 05 Mar 2017 22:04:00 +0000
- From: GiaThnYgeia <GiaThnYgeia@xxxxxxxxxxxxxxx>
- Subject: Re: No sound-inputs but sound recording FMIT
> On Sunday 05 March 2017 15:18:00 GiaThnYgeia wrote:
>> Back to shanity, how does a microphone produce an electrical wave that
>> can be translated into sound and how a wave may take the form of
>> electrical current that produces sound through a speaker?
> Very simple. With the glaring exception of the modern AC induction motor
> that in 99% of the stuff we buy, ANY other generator can also be used as
> a motor, including the ultra cheap electret condenser microphones, ditto
> any speaker, including the peizo tweeters, is also a microphone. Its
> part of the basic physics everything we use works by.
So, are you saying the standard motherboard beeper/speaker (the one that
beeps when you hit too many keys at once or that bios is telling you I
am booting up ... any minute now beeeeepp) is a microphone that feeds
sound back into the system and mysteriously debian is allowing it to be
recognized as an input device.
I do not claim to have reinvented the wheel here, but how can this be
acceptable if it does hold any truth?
> Cheers, Gene Heskett
"The most violent element in society is ignorance" rEG