High Power Output

Technology / Home Audio / High Power Output: Speaker level outputs driven by an amplifier, typically at least 15 watts RMS per channel.

Other Words for High

High Noun Synonyms: anticyclone
High Adjective Synonyms: tall, lofty, elevated, towering
High Adverb Synonyms: intoxication, altered consciousness
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Other Words for Output

Output Adjective Synonyms: production, result, yield, crop, harvest
Output Noun Synonyms: productivity, achievement, efficiency
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Other Words for Power

Power Verb Synonyms: control, dominance, authority, mastery, rule, influence, sway, command, ascendancy, sovereignty, dominion, weight, clout, pull, drag
Power Noun Synonyms: control, command, authority
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Bridged Power

Technology / Home Audio / Bridged Power: Bridging an amplifier, combines the power output of two channels into one channel. Bridging allows the amplifier to drive one speaker with more power than the amp could produce for two speakers. Becau MORE

Mesohigh

Science / Weather / Mesohigh: A small, concentrated area of high pressure that may be created by the cold outflow and rain-cooled air from thunderstorms. It often forms a pseudo cold front or squall line on its leading edges. MORE

Mean Higher High Water Line (MHHWL)

Science / Tides and Currents / Mean Higher High Water Line (MHHWL): The line on a chart or map which represents the intersection of the land with the water surface at the elevation of mean higher high water. MORE

Mosfet Power Supply

Technology / Home Audio / Mosfet Power Supply: A power supply that employs MOSFET transistors to convert DC to AC. Offers superior thermal stability and more accurate switching. MORE

Motor Output

Science / Biology / Motor Output: A response to the stimuli received by the nervous system. A signal is transmitted to organs that can convert the signals into action, such as movement or a change in heart rate. MORE

Mean Higher High Water (MHHW)

Science / Tides and Currents / Mean Higher High Water (MHHW): A tidal datum. The average of the higher high water height of each tidal day observed over the National Tidal Datum Epoch. For stations with shorter series, comparison of simultaneous observations wit MORE

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