Die Cast (Basket)

Technology / Home Audio / Die Cast (Basket): A type of speaker basket or frame that is cast as a single piece of relatively thick, rigid metal. This contrasts with a Stamped frame that is shaped by pressure, much like a car body fender. Cast metal is heavier and more rigid, and thus less likely to 'ring' at certain frequencies, and will hold its shape somewhat longer against the pull of gravity. This is mainly advantageous in the larger woofers of 12' or greater. Smaller drivers will likely not benefit perceptibly from being cast.

Other Words for Cast

Cast Verb Synonyms: throw, toss, pitch, fling, sling, hurl, dash, send, chuck, shy
Cast Noun Synonyms: throw, toss, pitch, shy, lob, thrust, chuck
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Other Words for Die

Die Noun Synonyms: lose one's life, lay down one's life, perish, expire, decease, suffer death, Euphemistic depart, give up the ghost, be no more, (go to) meet one's Maker, breathe one's last, go to the happy hunting-grounds, go to one's reward
Die Verb Synonyms: troubled, troubling, tough, burdensome, onerous, demanding, trying, hard, grim, dark, unfavorable, straitening
Die Adjective Synonyms: expire, end, stop, cease
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Medieval Estates Satire

Entertainment / Literature / Medieval Estates Satire: A medieval genre common among French poets in which the speaker lists various occupations among the three estates of feudalism (nobles, peasants, and clergy) and depicts them in a manner that shows ho MORE

Medieval Romance

Entertainment / Literature / Medieval Romance: In medieval use, romance referred to episodic French and German poetry dealing with chivalry and the adventures of knights in warfare as they rescue fair maidens and confront supernatural challenges. MORE

Medieval

Entertainment / Literature / Medieval: The period of time roughly a thousand years long between the fall of the Roman Empire and the emergence of the Renaissance. Actual starting and ending points are somewhat arbitrary when describing the MORE

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