minisystem


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minisystem

(ˈmɪnɪˌsɪstəm)
n
a set of hi-fi equipment in which the components are smaller than standard size
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at least 0.6; guaranteed minisystem use time of at least 6 hours; primary filling volume of the oxygenator and pump max.
With these custom settings the Velodyne Digital Drive DD-10 subwoofer meshes perfectly with my bedroom minisystem (Denon D-M10 electronics with Mission 771 satellite speakers).
Tivoli Audio's sexy iSongBook ($330) iPod-enabled portable music system is a sub-three-pound unit where you can dock your iPod for an instant travel stereo or office minisystem. It's plug-and-play done perfectly.
EWT Security Units are available in a range of sizes, from 5 inches to 12 inches wide (a minisystem ranges from 3 inches to 6 inches), and are made to order so that a product of any size can be secured.
Designed for use in small to medium machining plants and as a transitional add-on for larger operations, the MiniSystem reclaims cutting oil.
has introduced a lower--priced minisystem with more features.
Yamaha has incorporated a new feature, called CD Synchro start, into the minisystem's cassette deck.
The MiniSystem can be used to process steel, stainless steel, aluminum, brass or cast iron chips at high rates.
I hooked the Velodyne HGS-10 to my bedroom system, which consists of the Denon D-M10 minisystem electronics with Mission 771 satellite speakers.
The D-M10 minisystem is a combination of Denon electronics with a pair of Mission 731i bookshelf speakers.
Let me do my bit to help: the Denon D-M10 is too good to be limited to the niche category of minisystem (or "personal component system" as Denon calls it).