overamplified

overamplified

(ˌəʊvərˈæmplɪˌfaɪd)
adj
(Electronics) amplified too much, causing distortion or discomfort, etc
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However, in all the book scenes, dialogue was clear and didn't sound overamplified, which I like.
A mic-ed up orchestra took a bit of initial getting used to, and there were a few overamplified, blurry moments early on in the evening, which was divided into a pick 'n' mix first half (introduced by a sort of ABC overture) before they played Lexicon of Love from start to finish.
Furthermore, in view of the overamplified information dispersed on Weibo, the state is simply not able to delete the sensitive phrases with "100 percent coverage" (Bamman, Connor, & Smith, 2012).
Critics said the film seemed overamplified and that the increased clarity yielded a discombobulating hyper-realism that contrasted poorly with the set design.
The music is merely functional, in no way as tasty as the other elements; the lyrics have some bright spots, at least when they are not overamplified past audibility.
The band's no-holds-barred live show is a worldwide institution, featuring fireworks, smoke, ridiculous costumes and make-up, eruptions of fake blood, winches, elevating platforms, sufficient illumination to cause a power cut for miles around, and, of course, two hours' worth of overamplified, bone-crunching riffage.
They were watching alone or in small groups perhaps, but they were also watching together, and the synthetic, overamplified laughter blaring out of their TV speakers represented not just an idealized studio audience but themselves as well, collectively.
Differential amplification may also result in dropout of the larger allelic product and misclassification of a heterozygous individual as homozygous for the overamplified smaller allele.
Forget the big stuff -- passing traffic, overamplified stereos, factories.
Dresher's score inclines to the overbearing and overamplified.
Physically, it is a highdecibel, ear-pounding show that is absurdly overamplified - possibly because the people behind the production have been driven deaf in their travels and still need to hear what's going on.
Nevertheless, this book has overamplified the notion that the state in the Third World has virtually collapsed with globalization.