- n. phonograph
GNU Webster's 1913
- n. (Zoöl.) A South American butterfly (Ithonia phono) having nearly transparent wings.
- Shortening. (Wiktionary)
“One thing to keep in mind as you shop: Many of today's compact stereo systems don't have "phono" inputs, which boost the analog signal from a phonograph needle.”
“Denon's DN-X600 has two 1/4-inch "phono" inputs and two AUX inputs, mic input, effects send”
“· Automatic 'phono' RIAA eq correction (if your old record player does not have a preamplifier).”
“With all connections covered, the IN5E helps to minimize the need for additional peripherals such as phono pre-amps, socket converters, or other devices.”
“The dedicated 'phono' inputs, especially on older systems, send the signal through an extra amplifier stage.”
“If my receive has two "phono" slots, can I use one of those for a CD player?”
“I'm not familiar with the phono-variabler and if the Terrans are letting it work according to the positronic laws of random factors ...”
“In addition to anti-skate, switchable phono/line-level outputs and a cool curved tone-arm, this unit comes with a 1/8 stereo line input which is handy for digitizing other analog sources like audio tapes.”
“Back then, I introduced the phono-syllabic lessons.”
“Can I go to Chicago even though the NH location has possession of my birth certificate, application, and phono?”
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