Definition of woofer in English:

woofer

Syllabification: woof·er
Pronunciation: /ˈwo͝ofər
 
/

noun

  • A loudspeaker designed to reproduce low frequencies.
    More example sentences
    • A 150-watt subwoofer hooks up with two satellites that hold four-inch woofers and one-inch tweeters to generate crisp highs and a clear midrange.
    • Most so-called subwoofers are just woofers; real subwoofers address subsonic and very low bass frequencies, so you can feel them in the pit of your stomach.
    • For music lovers there are in-car entertainment systems including CD changers, amplifiers, woofers, speakers and tweeters in a mind-boggling range.

Origin

1930s: from the verb woof1 + -er1.

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