from the GNU version of the Collaborative International Dictionary of English
- n. An electronic device that plays phonograph records, reproducing the original sound with a high degree of fidelity. It superseded the older phonographs, and itself is being displaced in popularity by CD players.
from WordNet 3.0 Copyright 2006 by Princeton University. All rights reserved.
- n. equipment for the reproduction of sound with high fidelity
- adj. characterized by minimal distortion in sound reproduction
- n. the reproduction of sound with little or no distortion
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Game on, for real this time - Nexus One has OpenGL ES 2.0 support GenevaSound S stuffs 'hifi' and 'pretentious' into smaller $299 box
GenevaSound S stuffs 'hifi' and 'pretentious' into smaller $299 box Yamaha turns up the bass, brings the noise with its YSP-5100 Digital Sound Projector HiPhone F320: a rotary phone and an iPod nano walk into a bar ...
TV clips from hifi, party record and hootenanny days from the TV shows Playboy's Penthouse and Playboy After Dark feature folk singers Pete Seeger and Joan Baez and rare performances.
Regarding keyboards - agreed, the mac keyboard is both beautiful and functional - I use on on our media center PC because the aluminum matches the case and blends in well with the stereo/hifi components. joeenuk
Regarding keyboards - agreed, the mac keyboard is both beautiful and functional - I use on on our media center PC because the aluminum matches the case and blends in well with the stereo/hifi components.
Bluetooth is only a few hundred kbps, not enough for hifi.
This isn't a case of a film journalist not being "too great with hifi," it's a case of retailers taking advantage of confusion about the difference between analog and digital signals to make free money with ridiculous markups.
As good as this guy may be a film journalist he isn't too great with hifi.
Click from hifi to herhifi, and you'll notice the difference: hifi. com's front page features "big black boxes"; herhifi fronts more female-friendly products like a white shower radio.
Three weeks ago the makers of tech-shopping site hifi. com launched a sister site, herhifi. com, that aims to capture women looking for consumer electronics.
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