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A bullhorn or megaphone can be heard several hundreds of feet away

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Can i replace my standard mufflers with long reverse cone megaphones if yes what fine tuning is involved


Wow, I have heard the term 'reverse cone megaphones' since the late 1960s!

They create a little back pressure to force some of the unburnt fuel back into the combustion chamber. They also sound great. no fine tuning involved as I am aware.

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Home made electric megaphone


Making a regular home made megaphone using poster board or cardstock is easy and anyone can do it, but you can easily take it up a notch and make an electric megaphone.

All you need is a poster board / cardboard, scissors, tape, a battery-powered speaker and a microphone with a chord.

Start by making a regular megaphone. Roll the cardboard into a cone and take the sides together. You want to make the cone as big as possible, the overlap should be as small as possible. Trim the edges of your cone so that they are all smooth and round.

To make your megaphone an electric megaphone connect a small speaker to the small end where you would normally put your mouth. The best speakers to use are bettery powered ones like the kind you would use to connect to your ipod. Using a very strong tape to connect the speaker to the megaphone making sure that the on / off switch is on the outside of the cone and accessible.

Plug the microphone into the speakers and attach it to the bottom of the speaker. When you switch the speaker on and talk into the microphone you voice will be amplified by the cone and your megaphone is ready to go!

You only have to connect the microphone to the bottom of the speaker if you want to have a one-handed set up.

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Can I put reverse cone megaphones on this bike if so what adjustments need to be made custommead


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The megaphone got wet during a rainstorm and now no one can understand what I say when I use it. Is there anything I can do to fix this problem?


The water damaged the electronic element of unit and now it is distorting like crazy. The amp needs to be repaired if possible.

On some relatively low cost items it is far cheaper to replace the item than having it repaired. Best check that angle out.

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How much does a megaphone cost?


You can buy a megaphone starting from about $10 and they gradually go up in price - obviously the more you pay the better quality and sound range you will get.

Jan 17, 2013 | Sport & Outdoor - Others

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At what point in a cheer should the head cheerleader use a megaphone?


You can use a megaphone at any point in a game or event. They tend to be used the most during cheers that require audience participation so that they can hear and understand the cheerleaders clearly.

Jan 17, 2013 | Sport & Outdoor - Others

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How loud can a megaphone get up to?


A sound that goes through an Electric Megaphone can be amplified from over 90 dB.

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Who invented the Megaphone?


Samuel Morland and Athanasius Kircher lay claim to the device. Morland, in a work published in 1655, wrote about his experimentation with different horns and his most successful variant. This loudest horn was made of over 20 feet of copper and could supposedly project vocalizations as far as a mile and a half. [2]

Twenty years earlier, Kircher described a device that could be used for both broadcasting on one end and "overhearing" on the other. His coiled horn would be wedged into the side of a building, connecting a speaker or listener inside with the surrounding environment.

Morland favored a straight, tube-shaped speaking device, where an initial sound would reverberate in waves through the instrument and gradually become louder. Kircher's horn, on the other hand, utilized a "cochleate" design, where the horn was twisted and coiled, unlike Morland's design.

A later, papier-mache trumpet of special design was the Sengerphone.[3]

The term 'megaphone' was first associated with Thomas Edison's instrument 200 years later. In 1878, Edison developed a device similar to the speaking trumpet in hopes of benefiting the deaf and hard of hearing. His variation included three separate funnels lined up in a row. The two outer funnels, which were six feet and eight inches long, were made of paper and connected to a tube inserted in each ear. The middle funnel was similar to Morland's speaking trumpet, but had a larger slot to insert a user's mouth. [4]

Found here: http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Megaphone

Jan 14, 2013 | Sport & Outdoor - Others

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Volume buttons on my toshiba laptop is not working


There are other ways to adjust the volume.

Right click on the megaphone located at the bottom right near the time. You can adjust the volume there.

Look on your keyboard and normally you can Press and Hold the FN function key located at the lower left portion of the keyboard then hit one of the 3 keys with the megaphone that adjusts the volume (1 key increases the volume, 1 key decreases the volume and 1 key mutes the volume).

You can adjust the volume in the Control Panel's audio or sound properties. Click Start/Control Panel and look for Sound or Audio.

May 04, 2012 | Computers & Internet

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Cannot configure to 5.1 surround sound


Which Operating System.

Click the Audio/Sound in the Control Panel or you can right click on the megaphone at the bottom right near the time and select Open Volume Control then hit Advance and enable SPDIF. Next you can Right Click on the megaphone and select Adjust Audio Properties to change the speakers to Surround Sound 5.1.

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