just intonation

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just intonation

n. Music
A tuning system having intervals that are acoustically pure.

[just, harmonically pure.]

just intonation

n
(Music, other) a form of tuning employing the pitch intervals of the untempered natural scale, sometimes employed in the playing of the violin, cello, etc
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The only way to make a long barrel as accurate as a short barrel is to make it equally stable, either by making it fatter (and heavier) or by installing some type of harmonic tuning device such as the Browning A-Bolt BOSS system.
NEC produced these latest amplifiers by adopting high performance and highly reliable RF transistor technologies(*2), in addition to independently optimizing Doherty RF circuitry(*3) with harmonic tuning.
The new amplifier's record PAE of 67% PAE, more than seven points higher than conventional amplifiers, is enabled by the world's first harmonic tuning circuit placed in front of each GaN HEMT cell on the substrate.
The mixer features Auto Harmonic Tuning that detects the key of song and automatically corrects it to the closest true key.