audio

  1. the audible part of a transmitted signal
  2. an audible acoustic wave frequency
  3. the sound elements of television

AUDIO

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Audio

1. Of, or relating to, humanly audible sound, i.e., audio is all the sounds that humans hear. 2. A.
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audio

noun the sound elements of television
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Audio

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Audio

[magazine] Audio magazine was a periodical published from 1947 to 2000, and was America`s longest-running audio magazine. Audio published reviews of audio products and audio technology as well as informational articles on topics such as acoustics, psychoacoustics and the art of listening. Audio claimed to be the successor of Radio magazine ...
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Audio

[musician] Gareth Greenall, better known by his stage name Audio, is a British DJ and producer from Redhill, UK. Currently signed to RAM Records, he has released four album on Virus Recordings. Greenall is also part of the record production group Pixel Fist. == Biography == Attending the `Dance Kiss FM` events in London as a teenager, Audio...
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audio

a transmitted signal you can hear
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audio

audio 1. The recording and reproduction of sound. 2. The part of television or movie equipment that has to do with sound; as opposed to the visual portion (video). 3. The broadcasting, reception, or reproduction of sound. 4. A sound signal: 'We lost the audio during the radio broadcast.'
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Audio

Audio is used to designate anything dealing with sound and dialogue in the content of film production. The `audio` elements of a film are intended to be heard. It is used in contrast to and in conjunction with `video` (the optical aspects, or those elements which are produced with the intent of being seen)
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audio

Latin, meaning: to hear, hearken, listen to.
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Audio

Most often referring to electrical signals resulting from the sound pressure wave being converted into electrical energy.
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Audio

Relating to sound or its reproduction; used in the transmission or reception of sound.
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audio

to hear, hearken, listen to.
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audio

[n] - the audible part of a transmitted signal 2. [n] - an audible acoustic wave frequency 3. [n] - the sound elements of television
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