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A prefix meaning 1012 or 1,000,000,000,000 (one trillion in the US).
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An Active Matrix Display, a specific type of LCD display in which one to four transistors control each pixel. This technique offers the best... [Read more]
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The numbers that specify the behavior of drivers, as defined and analyzed by two engineers, Neville Thiele and Richard Small.
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A type of speaker composed of three ranges of speakers, usually a mid-bass/woofer, mid-range and a tweeter.
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The minimum value of sound pressure of a given frequency that will cause pain to a listener 50% of the time. Discomfort begins at 105 dB SPL. Actual... [Read more]
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THX
Acronym for Tomlinson Holman Experiment. Refers to a series of specifications for surround sound systems. Professional THX is used in commercial... [Read more]
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THX-certified speakers meet the quality-control criteria defined by Lucasfilm, the company formed by George Lucas-creator of the Star Wars and... [Read more]
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Refers to the overall frequency balance of a system. In a perfect world, all systems would have complete tonal neutrality. With current technology,... [Read more]
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The quality of a sound that distinguishes it from other sounds of the same pitch and volume. The distinctive tone of an instrument or a singing voice.
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A processing circuit found in some receivers that compensates for the uneven distances between left and right car speakers and listeners' ears. Time... [Read more]
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The subcode information which contains track numbers and times.
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An inductor or transformer whose core consists of a concentrically wound ribbon of magnetic material. Also used to filter noise on a DC supply line.
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The noise referenced to signal in decibels (dB) as a percentage. Refers to a device adding harmonics that were not in the original signal. For example
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Plays the same track over and over until you turn the feature off.
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The control circuit used to keep the pick-up over the desired track.
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A combination radio transmitter/receiver usually installed in a single housing and sharing some components.
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A device used to convert energy from one form to another. Acoustical to electrical (microphone), electrical to acoustical (speaker), and electrical... [Read more]
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An electrical device that can be used to provide circuitry isolation, signal coupling, impedance matching, or voltage step-up.
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The ability of a speaker to respond to any sudden change in the signal without blurring the sound. A speaker that can react quickly to rapid change... [Read more]
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Bursts of high energy or spikes of gain in an audio signal. Frequently in the low frequency range.
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A three terminal device used for amplification and switching.
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Also referred to as a T-line. A type of bass cabinet in which the back wave follows a relatively long, usually damped path before being ported to the... [Read more]
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An enclosure design in which the driver is at one end of the enclosure, with an internal path which consists of a series of bends or curves that lead... [Read more]
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Listening term. An analog that can be best "pictured" in photography. The more "transparent" the sound, the clearer the auditory... [Read more]
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Engage this feature and the CD receiver automatically loads a bank of your presets with the strongest available signals. It makes finding stations... [Read more]
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