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woof·er

 (wo͝of′ər)
n.
A loudspeaker designed to reproduce bass frequencies.

[From woof.]

woofer

(ˈwuːfə)
n
(Electronics) a loudspeaker used in high-fidelity systems for the reproduction of low audio frequencies

woof•er

(ˈwʊf ər)

n.
a loudspeaker designed for the reproduction of low-frequency sounds.
[1935–40]
ThesaurusAntonymsRelated WordsSynonymsLegend:
Noun1.woofer - a loudspeaker that reproduces lower audio frequency soundswoofer - a loudspeaker that reproduces lower audio frequency sounds
loudspeaker, loudspeaker system, speaker system, speaker unit, speaker - electro-acoustic transducer that converts electrical signals into sounds loud enough to be heard at a distance
Translations
haut-parleur de graveswoofer

woofer

[ˈwuːfəʳ] Naltavoz m para sonidos graves

woofer

nTieftöner m

woofer

[ˈwʊfəʳ] nwoofer m inv
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