Synsets for "high-fidelity"

Synset: high-fidelity.s.01

Synonyms: high-fidelity

Part of Speech: ADJECTIVE SATELLITE

Definition: characterized by minimal distortion in sound reproduction

Examples: a high-fidelity recording | a hi-fi system

Lemmas: high-fidelity hi-fi

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High fidelity (disambiguation) High fidelity or hi-fi is most commonly a term for the high-quality reproduction of sound or images.
Harman Kardon In the 1950s Harman Kardon designed some of the first high fidelity audio products that lent to starting the high fidelity business. Integrated receivers (with a tuner, preamplifier and power amplifier) was an idea to introduce and provide high fidelity performance in a single unit. Integrated high fidelity receivers, however, were not new — Scott Radio Laboratories had manufactured such items in the late 1930s. The company's first product was an FM tuner.
High Fidelity (magazine) While as a subsidiary of Billboard Publications, "High Fidelity" purchased "Musical America" in 1964 and incorporated the newly acquired publication as an additional insert to selected editions of "High Fidelity" that were mailed to subscribers who had paid an additional fee. During this time, the Musical America was not available in the copies of "High Fidelity" that were sold at newsstands, but only in certain copies available only by subscription. This business arrangement continued after "High Fidelity" was sold to ABC Consumer Magazines in 1974.
Musical America In 1964, Music Publications, Ltd. sold the magazine and the annual directory to High Fidelity magazine, a subsidiary of Billboard Publications, the owners of Billboard magazine. "High Fidelity" incorporated the newly acquired publication as an additional insert inside certain editions of "High Fidelity" that were mailed to subscribers who had paid an additional fee. During this time, the Musical America was not available in the copies of "High Fidelity" that were sold at newsstands, but only in certain copies available only by subscription. This business arrangement continued after "High Fidelity" was sold to ABC Consumer Magazines in 1974.
High Fidelity (musical) Reviews were mixed, though Amanda Green's lyrics drew particular praise. Associated Press' Michael Kuchwara wrote that ""High Fidelity"'s charms are considerable and don't be surprised if you fall under its spell", while the review in "Entertainment Weekly" claimed that ""High Fidelity" is the unique show that charms both your drinking buddy and your mother." However, Ben Brantley in "The New York Times" called "High Fidelity" one of Broadway's "all-time most forgettable musicals."
High Fidelity Inc High Fidelity is a privately held company headquartered in San Francisco.
Urban Soundtracks Paul Oakenfold - Urban Soundtracks 08 - High Fidelity 28-08-1999
Alan Feinberg The Waltz Project (Nonesuch Records) Critics Choice, High Fidelity 1984
Olivier Robert-Murphy ° High Fidelity Pure Audio / Blu-ray audio format
No-Fi Where "Hi-fi" and "Lo-fi" are short for "High Fidelity" and "Low Fidelity", respectively, "No-fi" is a play-on-words intended to be interpreted as meaning "No Fidelity".
Cassette deck Although the two terms became used interchangeably, a recorder is typically thought of as a low-fidelity portable device, while a deck is considered a high fidelity component.
Dave Miller (producer) The name of Somerset high fidelity albums was suggested by Miller International's West Coast distributor, Jimmy Warren, with the name of Stereo Fidelity (stereo albums) thought of by Wally Hill to capitalize on the public's interest in both high fidelity and sterophonic sound.
The High Fidelity The High Fidelity are a British rock band, formed in 1995 by Sean Dickson, formerly of The Soup Dragons.
High Fidelity (magazine) High Fidelity was an American magazine that was published from April 1951 until July 1989 and was a source of information about high fidelity audio equipment, video equipment, audio recordings, and other aspects of the musical world, such as music history, biographies, and anecdotal stories by or about noted performers.
High Fidelity (magazine) After 16 years of ownership, Billboard sold "High Fidelity" in 1974, along with its sister publication "Modern Photography", to the magazine division of the American Broadcasting Companies for $9 million. At the time of the sale, "High Fidelity" and "Modern Photography" had circulations of 260,000 and 470,000 respectively.
Sexual conflict Degree of female fidelity: Because female fidelity depends on the species’ particular mating system, therefore they are in the middle section of the spectrum. However, males seeking mates have different preferences depending on whether they are unpaired or paired. Paired males benefit from high female fidelity, while unpaired males benefit from low female fidelity in order to increase their mating frequencies.
Ev'rybody's Gonna Be Happy The song is featured in Stephen Frears' film, "High Fidelity", and appears on the accompanying soundtrack.
Reynolds stress equation model so as to be applicable for most cases, yet possessing a high degree of fidelity
David Lindsay-Abaire He wrote the book for the musical "High Fidelity", which ran on Broadway in December 2006.
Annual BCI Research Award Minimally invasive endovascular stent-electrode array for high-fidelity, chronic recordings of cortical neural activity