woofer

Definitions

  • WordNet 3.6
    • n woofer a loudspeaker that reproduces lower audio frequency sounds
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Usage

In literature:

But before Woofer could tighten it Ted managed to wriggle out of it, and again Woofer drew it in.
"Ted Strong in Montana" by Edward C. Taylor
A regular Woof-Woofer and bite their heads off.
"Ade's Fables" by George Ade
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In news:

The ultracompact, direct radiating subwoofer is designed with 6-inch voice coils and low-turbulence ports coupled with especially rigid cones that allow the pair of woofers to handle 4,000 watts of long term power.
Proficient Shows Dual-Woofer GL6 Loudspeaker .
Huge woofers pumped out Gospel-infused rock while lyrics flashed on video screens.
Proficient Shows Dual-Woofer GL6 Loudspeaker.
Woofer Speakers Dog Me with Nightmares.
While the microblogging site Twitter caps entries at 140 keystrokes, the parody site Woofer requires entries a minimum of 1,400 keystrokes.
Each unit has ADAM 's X-ART tweeters, a sophisticated woofer, electronic crossover and two built-in 25-watt amplifiers for each driver.
The Monarch features two 15-inch woofers and a 104dB efficiency.
The second innovation is my compact subwoofers, which replaced woofers that were as large as coffee tables.
The AD-C1200 high-output, ceiling -mount system featuers a 12-inch, low-frequency woofer.
The Leon Seven Series uses high-end drivers, including two hand-made German Eton 7-inch patented HEXACONE long throw woofers, and the Raven R2 True Ribbon tweeter (all aluminum diaphragm) from Orca.
The XRC-6.2 uses two 6.5-inch pulp-cone woofers and a 1-inch silk-dome tweeter.
Coaxials aren't known for great sound, because the support structure and enclosure for the tweeter interfere with the midrange frequencies coming from the woofer.
High-excursion hemispherical woofer and a 1in.
Both models incorporate a woofer array that includes six 5.25-inch drivers and a tweeter array with nine 3-inch proprietary ribbon planar drivers.
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In science:

However, the system will also make use of the original 241-actuator DM (the “woofer”) to correct the low-order aberrations.
A New High Contrast Imaging Program at Palomar Observatory
Herriot, “Implementation of type-II tip-tilt control in NFIRAOS, with woofer-tweeter and vibration cancellation,” Proc.
Using Site Testing Data for Adaptive Optics Simulations
SPIE 7736-31 (2010). R. Conan, J.-P. Véran, and K. J. Jackson, “Experimental validation of type-II tip-tilt control in a woofer-tweeter adaptive optics system,” Proc.
Using Site Testing Data for Adaptive Optics Simulations
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