This is a followup question to the question about Jesus speaking to crowds of 5,000 people without audio installation.
The book of Exodus says that Israelites had 600,000 men of fighting age. And often it has paragraphs like this:
Moses said to the whole Israelite community, "This is what the LORD has commanded:
There are many, many more examples like this. Sometimes, when Moses says something, and then events happen that affect the whole community:
Numbers 16:31 (NIRV)
31 As soon as Moses finished speaking all of those words, what he had said came true. The ground under them broke open. 32 It opened its mouth. It swallowed up those men. In fact, it swallowed up everyone who lived in their houses. It swallowed all of Korah’s men. And it swallowed up everything they owned. 33 They went down into the grave alive. Everything they owned went down with them. The ground closed over them. They died. And so they disappeared from the community.
So, how was a community of at least 600,000 males able to hear Moses when he addressed them? That is 30-times more people than would fill Madison Square Garden.