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Amplifier is an album by New Zealand band Dance Exponents (pre-The Exponents), released in 1986. ==Track listing== *Not on original album release. Added to 1992 CD release ==Band Members== ==Credits== Co-Produced by John Jansen and Doug Rogers Recorded And Mixed By Doug Rogers, Rhys Moody and John Jansen. Assistant E
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Amplifier is the debut album of the Manchester alternative rock band Amplifier. Originally released by Music For Nations on June 6, 2004, it was re-released by the German-based label SPV in May 2005 after the collapse of the former. The Music For Nations release came in two formats: jewel case with 10 tracks, and digipack with 13 tr
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Amplifier are a progressive rock band from Manchester, England. The main trio forming the band are singer and guitarist Sel Balamir, bassist Neil Mahony and drummer Matt Brobin. The band has released three albums and two EPs since its inception in 1999. Their self-titled debut album was released in 2004 by Music for Nations. Their se
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An electronic device that amplifies sound signals to a point where they great enough to be heard through a speaker.
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Electronic devices that are used to increase the volume of sound. In live performance amplifiers are used for guitars, vocals, keyboards, and any instrument that can be miked (linked to a microphone). The stuff that bands use is, in principle, identical to your average home Hi Fi, just a lot more powerful (and expensive).
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A circuit that produces a larger output power, voltage or current than was applied at its input.
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- electronic equipment that increases strength of signals passing through it
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Sound equipment that converts the low voltage, low current signal from a tape deck, mixer etc. into a higher current signal suitable for driving speakers. See Power Amplifier, Crossover.
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A device which increases the amplitude (level) of an electrical signal (making it louder).
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a device that increases the amplitude, power or current of a signal. The resulting signal is a reproduction of the input signal as well as this increase.
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Sound term. A piece of equipment which ampilifies or increases the sound captured by a microphone or replayed from record, CD or tape. Each loudspeaker needs a separate amplifier.
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electronic device used to boost The signal from A guitar pickup or microphone
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A circuit or element that provides gain. See also: Amplification, Direct Current Amplifier, Operational Amplifier.
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An electronic device or circuit used to increase the magnitude of the voltage, current or power of an electronic signal.
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A device which draws power from a source other than the input signal and which produces as an output an enlarged reproduction of the essential features of its input.technical glossary, technical terms, glossary, technical glossary
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A device that increases the power or amplitude of a signal.
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One who or that which amplifies.
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electronic equipment that increases strength of signals passing through it
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• (n.) One who or that which amplifies.
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in electronics, device that responds to a small input signal (voltage, current, or power) and delivers a larger output signal that contains the ... [11 related articles]
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Any device that amplifies an electronic signal.
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Generally, an amplifier, or simply amp, is a device for increasing the power of a signal by use of an external energy source. In popular use, the term usually describes an electronic amplifier, in which the input "signal" is usually a voltage or a current. In audio applications, amplifiers drive the loudspeakers used in PA systems to make the hu..
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The device which increases the energy levels of the signal to power the speaker (ear piece) of a cellular telephone.
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An electronic component that is used in sound system applications to increase the power of a low level Source Signal (microphone, CD player, etc.) into a high power Output Signal to drive the loudspeakers
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