- n. Plural form of tuner.
“However, the thought of high-def recording and dual tuners is very appealing, and has me considering purchasing a new box.”
“While cars known as "tuners" - typically foreign model cars like whose mystique stems from souped-up engines and agile handling - are often put forward as heirs to the classics throne, their skeptics abound.”
“The electronics are in the body cavity and the signal passes up each string to the tuners, which is why (I guess) that you strum all strings open as the guitar tunes.”
“The decision to close Sunday rather than Jan. 3 "underscores the fact that while big-name tuners and star-vehicle plays can count on an influx of tourist biz to boost sales during holiday frames, many plays (as well as medium-range musicals) can get left out of the cold.”
“The tuners are a piece of shit, they seem to always take a lot to tighten the strings.”
“I know that tricked out asian street rods are called "tuners," but that's about it.”
“Unlike other "tuners", Pogea Racing starts with the OEM ECU of the Fiat 500 Abarth, instead of relying on a separate controller unit.”
“There remain, of course, productions that haven't benefited from the tourist overflow as much they might hope -- such as tuners "Fela!" and "Million Dollar Quartet.”
“There are three tuners, meaning you can record two channels while watching a third.”
“/PRNewswire/ -- BorgWarner has released a new line of turbochargers for gas and diesel engines, specifically engineered for aftermarket performance customers who crave better performance, such as tuners, racers, race teams, and car and truck enthusiasts.”
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