from The American Heritage® Dictionary of the English Language, 4th Edition
- n. Informal An ampere.
- n. Informal An amplifier, especially one used to amplify music.
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- n. ampere, the unit of electrical current;
- v. To amplify.
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- n. the basic unit of electric current adopted under the Systeme International d'Unites
- n. a nucleotide found in muscle cells and important in metabolism; reversibly convertible to ADP and ATP
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The amp is hooked up to a PODxt Live which places the amplifier controls right there at my feet.
Yamaha is shipping a tiny, 19mph battery-powered scooter with an integrated iPod (controls on the handlebars), that plays through a built-in amp and loudspeakers.
I’m in my office working, and it sounds as if the amp is ten feet away, although it’s more like thirty meters distant.
Ampère also devised a rule governing the mutual interaction of current-carrying wires (known as Ampère's law) and defined the unit of measurement for current flow, now known as the ampère.
While the amp is a little cheap, I've been extremely happy with the guitar.
Full volume on the amp was a little loud for the shop but not too much.
My amp is a memphis pr 1.500 class d amp thats 1 ohm stable. now my subs are 400 rms a peice so thats 800 altogether and my amp can bring 500rms at 1ohm.
Classical analogue signals will come from the built-in FM tuner or via either the analogue input jacks or the phono pre-amp, which is ideal for vinyl.