In some of the masjids the adhaan is called using an audio recording; so is this act [something which is] legislated?
When it comes to selecting a mu.adhdhin [to call the adhaan], should we look at how loud his call [to prayer] is, or how beautiful it is?
If the caller to prayer (mu.adhdhin) is in a state of major ritual impurity (janaabah), is it permissible for him to enter the masjid so he can call the adhaan?
When the mu.adhdhin says «الصلاة خير من النوم» should the one who hears [the adhaan] say «لا حول و لا قوة إلاّ بالله» or what should he respond with?
Whoever says that [using] the microphone suffices [the mu.adhdhin] from turning [the heard a little to the right and left] during the adhaan; is his opinion correct?