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tweeter
American English: /ˈtwidər/
British English: /ˈtwiːtə/

Translation of tweeter in Spanish:

noun

  • 1 (loudspeaker)
    tweeter (masculine)
    bafle (masculine) de agudos
    Example sentences
    • EX models add a cassette player, two tweeters, a rear-mounted sub woofer and a five-channel, 155-watt amp.
    • Niles, SpeakerCraft, and others use directional tweeters and woofers that can be separately adjusted to compensate for imaging problems arising from the positioning drawbacks.
    • For music lovers there are in-car entertainment systems including CD changers, amplifiers, woofers, speakers and tweeters in a mind-boggling range.

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