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loudspeaker (plural loudspeakers)
- An electromechanical transducer that converts an electrical signal into audible sound.
- Any such transducer that is loud, as opposed to quiet ones such as those found in headphones.
- An encasing containing one or more loudspeaker devices and usually other electrical equipment such as a driver.
- (electromechanical transducer): speaker
- (encasing containing loudspeakers): speaker enclosure, loudspeaker cabinet, speaker enclosure, loudspeaker enclosure
- → Danish: højtaler (calque), højttaler (calque)
- → Dutch: luidspreker (calque)
- → French: haut-parleur (calque)
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