woofer

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An electronic speaker that produces low-frequency sound
a bass loudspeaker designed to reproduce low-frequency sound only A woofer and subwoofer are usually the same type of loudspeaker, but their application (crossover frequency) differentiates them
A speaker driver designed to reproduce bass or bass/midrange frequencies See Subwoofer
A large dynamic loudspeaker that is well suited for reproducing bass frequencies 2
[University of Waterloo] n Some varieties of wide paper for printers have a perforation 8 5 inches from the left margin that allows the excess on the right-hand side to be torn off when the print format is 80 columns or less wide The right-hand excess may be called `woofer' This term (like {tweeter}, which see) has been in use at Waterloo since 1972, but is elsewhere unknown In audio jargon, the word refers to the bass speaker(s) on a hi-fi
a loudspeaker that reproduces lower audio frequency sounds
A speaker, (driver), used for low-frequency reproduction Usually larger and heavier than a midrange or tweeter XLR: A type of connector used for balanced lines Used for microphones, balanced audio components and the AES/EBU digital connection
The low frequency speaker
A large driver designed to handle low frequencies
This is a speaker that is used for low frequencies
A drive unit operating in the bass frequencies only Drive units in two-way systems are not true woofers but are more accurately described as being mid/bass drivers
a loudspeaker designed to reproduce bass frequency
Dedicated low frequency loudspeaker unit
A speaker, (driver), used for low-frequency reproduction Usually larger and heavier than a midrange or tweeter
A speaker that is designed 10 reproduce bass frequencies only
The bass and lower midrange sounds are reproduced by the woofer, the speaker's big cone To operate efficiently, a cone should be made of material that is stiff, yet lightweight Cones made of polymers, polypropylene, or poly mixed with other materials, provide excellent sound, and stand up to the heat, cold and moisture Paper cones treated for moisture resistance also do a good job, and are usually efficient
{i} loudspeaker for lower frequencies
Usually described as the largest driver in any speaker system, regardless of its size Strictly speaking, a speaker driver designed only for the reproduction of low frequencies
A large dynamic loudspeaker that is well suited for reproducing bass frequencies
A loudspeaker designed to produce low-frequency sound
woofers
plural of woofer
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    [ 'wu-f&r ] (noun.) 1935. From woof (“the sound a dog makes”), + -er (“agent suffix”)

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