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Definition by Wiktionary (Licensed under Creative Commons Attribution/Share-Alike License)

to hear, hearken, listen to.

V hear| listen| accept| agree with; obey; harken| pay attention; be able to hear

to hear, hearken, listen to

audion 1. the audible part of a transmitted signal; "they always raise the audio for commercials" [syn: sound] 2. an audible acoustic wave frequency [syn: audio frequency] 3. the sound elements of television   similar words(8) 

 lossy audio compression  lossless audio compression  audio iff  audio video interleave  lossless predictive audio compression  digital audio  transparent audio coding  audio frequency 

Noun1. the audible part of a transmitted signal; "they always raise the audio for commercials" (synonym) sound (hypernym) auditory communication (part-holonym) television, telecasting, TV, video2. an audible acoustic wave frequency (synonym) audio frequency (hypernym) frequency, frequence, oftenness3. the sound elements of television (hypernym) component, constituent, element (part-holonym) television, television system

AC3 Perceptional adaptive subband Coding transparent audio coding DCC lossless audio compression lossy audio compression LPAC Musicam AC2 Lossless predictive audio Compression MPEG-1 audio layer 1 MP3Pro Advanced audio Coding Spectral band Replication Astra digital Radio MD Shorten APE microphone DTS Ogg Vorbis Twin vector Quantization 

Sound, one component of multimedia. computers (and audio compact discs and digital audio tape) work with digital audio, in contrast to vinyl disks or analogue tape.(1999-07-30)

Voice, music, and other sounds recorded and stored in analog or digital form. the term RealAudio refers to a helper-app (plug-in) that allows WWW users to hear audio files in real time. options for creating and playing digital audio java applets are reviewed in deCarmo (1996) . options for converting written text into audio are given in Text reading . (See also Sound board , AU , AIF , Board , Hertz , Java , MIDI , Speech recognition , Text reading , Video/audio networking , and Wave file ) the web is alive with the sound of MP3," Newsweek, february 22, 1999, page 16. (hours of free downloads, including the new york times MP3s.) (lots of samples and free downloads.)Go to the frequently asked questions at .  MP3 is a file format which stores audio files on a computer in such a way that the file size is relatively small, but the song sounds near perfect. you can identify MP3 files because they will end in MP3. typically 1 MB is equal to one minute of music or several minutes for spoken work/audiobooks.  this is about a 90% reduction in hard drive space and bandwidth vis-a-vis uncompressed high quality wav files, but the actual savings depends upon the recording quality of your wav files.   If you think about a CD-ROM holding 650 Mb, this translates to over 11 hours of high quality audio in MP3 format.  more importantly, MP3 audio does not require as much internet bandwidth as previous audio alternatives.Also see Web streaming

sound or relating to sound

click heresound, either synthesized (See MIDI ) or digitized , for playback with a computer. file formats: .WAV - Windows, .AU - Unix, playable on both macs and windows machines with the right players.

AV receivers or audio-video receivers are one of the many consumer electronics components typically found within a home theatre system. their primary purpose is to amplify sound from a multitude of possible audio sources as well as route video signals to your TV from various sources. the user may program and configure a unit to take inputs from devices such as DVD players, VCRs etc. and easily select which source you want to route to your TV and have sound output for.

Audio is sound recording and reproduction.

Audio+ is a type of enhanced podcast which allows images, such as photos and drawings, to be included alongside traditional podcasted audio, which is then downloaded and viewed offline.

Audio/Visual is a greatest hits compilation released by Christian rock band Bleach. It was released in october 2005 by Tooth & nail Records and includes two new songs, "Good to be Alive" and "Must Be Divine". Bleach's final show, performed on August 29, 2004 in Nashville, Tennessee, is included on a bonus DVD.

Sound recording and reproduction is the electrical or mechanical inscription and re-creation of sound waves, usually used for the voice or for music.

Of or pertaining to electric current and phenomena of frequencies corresponding to normally audible sound waves. these frequencies are approximately 16 to 20,000 Hertz.

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