English version

tweeter

From Longman Dictionary of Contemporary English
Related topics: Broadcasting
tweetertweet‧er /ˈtwiːtə $ -ər/ noun [countable]  1 TCBa speaker (=piece of equipment) through which the high sounds from a stereo etc are made louderwoofer2 someone who sends short messages using the social networking service Twitter
Examples from the Corpus
tweeterThe ribbon moves magnetically, reproducing the higher frequencies normally handled by a tweeter in a conventional speaker.Tom left them, twined about with electrical wires, to set up their speakers and woofers and tweeters.Vibrations in a dome tweeter, for instance, are delivered along the perimeter.There is no standard woofer, no standard tweeter and no wooden cabinet.A vent to the right, just above the tweeter, is an outlet for energy produced by the woofer.
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