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From Longman Dictionary of Contemporary English
Related topics: Colours & sounds, Music
resonatorres‧o‧na‧tor /ˈrezəneɪtə $ -ər/ noun [countable]  CAPMa piece of equipment that makes the sound of a musical instrument louder
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resonatorThe mouth is used to modulate the volume, like a resonator.These rhythm pipes and rhythm sticks are usually hollowed out and function as resonators.But how could the advantages of the klystron with its enclosed resonators be combined with the more favourable geometry of the magnetron?The magnetic resonator tests show no damage.I have an old Dobro - it's one of those wooden ones with a metal resonator.We proceed, therefore, to a brief survey of the relevant aspects of resonator theory { 24,34 }.This last degeneracy does not occur in a Fabry-Perot resonator, in which the light bounces between parallel mirrors.The characteristic rich, booming tone of this instrument is due to the length and large diameter of the resonators.
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