Definition of tuner
1 : one that tunes a piano tuner
2 : something used for tuning; specifically : the part of a receiving set that converts radio signals into audio or video signals
Recent Examples of tuner from the Web
The narrator, her mother, and a blind piano tuner make a life for themselves on the outskirts of Paris.
The company then abandoned making self-tuners a standard feature.
Here, the 7-series delivered a different kind of comfort: a soul-warming reassurance of BMW’s engineering prowess to counter our faltering faith in BMW chassis tuners.
And the tuner — take the HDHomeRun, starting at $99 — acts as your digital video recorder.
Now, PlutoTV, Newsy, YouTube, CBSN TV equipment: TabloTV DVR with four tuners (added lifetime program guide for $150), Winegard FL5500A TV antenna Internet: 100 mbps for $50 from Spectrum (formerly Time Warner Cable)
Lime Rock Park in Lakeville hosts The Royals' Garage Sunday Car Show on Sunday, May 28, featuring muscle cars, import/tuners, street rods, motorcycles, classic cars, antiques, race cars, trucks, and even some homemade contraptions.
The boxes are equipped with hard drives, more powerful processors, support for 3-D graphics, and a triple-tuner architecture that will allow simultaneous video, data, and voice applications.
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First Known Use of tuner
TUNER Defined for English Language Learners
Definition of tuner for English Language Learners
: a person who tunes musical instruments
: an electronic device that changes radio signals into sounds or images
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