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  1. Sending or receiving sound waves in or from any direction. 360 degrees receiving capability.
  2. A microphone that picks up sound at equal levels in all directions. Coverage pattern is 360-degrees; no angle of rejection. Omnidirectional microphones are better used for recording than for sound reinforcement because they pick up all sounds around them. Source: Church Audio & Acoustics Glossary

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