Definition of tweeter
: a small loudspeaker responsive only to the higher acoustic frequencies and reproducing sounds of high pitch — compare woofer
Recent Examples of tweeter from the Web
Cage the Elephant's Matt Shultz was an encyclopedia of wildly entertaining rock star poses but the band's set suffered terribly from lousy sound that was 90-percent busted tweeter.
The Echo supports 360-degree omni-directional audio and includes a separate woofer and tweeter, meaning it's capable of filling a room with decent-quality sound.
Some tweeters, mentioning the Orlando Sentinel and Huber, questioned why NASA would tape a sign to flight hardware that wasn’t to be touched.
Regardless of how D.C. celebrates, plenty of eyes will likely be trained on Twitter to see what patriotic sentiments our tweeter-in-chief leaves American citizens.
Despite her prolific use of Instagram, Beyoncé is not a frequent tweeter.
This weekend Eric Trump, the jawline-less son of our tweeter-in-chief, debuted a new haircut.
The man being sued is a prolific tweeter, and his tweets may work against him.
While some round ones get by with as few as one or two speaker drivers cleverly baffled to disperse the sound, HomePod will blast in all directions through seven tweeters, plus an upward-firing woofer, each digitally amplified.
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First Known Use of tweeter
TWEETER Defined for English Language Learners
Definition of tweeter for English Language Learners
: a person who writes messages (called tweets) on the Twitter online message service : a person who tweets
: a speaker (sense 5) that produces high sounds
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