tuner

may refer to an electronic tuner, which is a digital or analog device which assists musicians to tune their instruments; or it may refer to a piano technician who tunes pianos or other keyboard instruments.
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Tuner

• (n.) One who tunes; especially, one whose occupation is to tune musical instruments.
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tuner

(from the article `television`) ...must be taken to control noise at this point. The first circuit in the receiver is a radio-frequency amplifier, particularly designed for ...
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tuner

piano tuner noun someone who tunes pianos
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Tuner

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Tuner

[radio] A tuner is a subsystem that receives radio frequency (RF) transmissions like radio broadcasts and converts the selected carrier frequency and its associated bandwidth into a fixed frequency that is suitable for further processing usually because a lower frequency is used on the output. Broadcast FM/AM transmissions are usually fed t...
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tuner

a radio receiver capable of reproducing sound programmes, providing only a low-level audio-frequency output
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Tuner

A thing that separates the frequency you want from all of the frequencies that are available. When you twiddle the dial of an FM radio to find a station you like, you are altering the tuner to pick up that specific station. Inside the Digibox, it's the exact same thing, only a tad more complicated (from the Digibox's point of view; for you it is ea...
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Tuner

A unit similar to today's cable boxes, which is capable of receiving and decoding DTV broadcasts. A
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Tuner

An electronic tuning device.
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tuner

may refer to an electronic tuner, which is a digital or analog device which assists musicians to tune their instruments; or it may refer to a piano technician who tunes pianos or other keyboard instruments.
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Tuner

See Receiver.
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tuner

[n] - someone who tunes pianos
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