Electronics. designating an electronic apparatus using audio frequencies:
of, relating to, or employed in the transmission, reception, or reproduction of sound.
of or relating to frequencies or signals in the audible range.
the audio elements of television (distinguished from ).
the circuits in a receiver for reproducing sound.
the audio part of a television broadcast.
the field of sound recording, transmission, reception, and reproduction.
a combining form used in the formation of compound words, with the meanings: “sound within the range of human hearing” (audiometer); “hearing” (audiology); “sound reproduction” (audiophile).
At any time, someone could have a small video camera, audio recorder, or cell phone camera.
“Bittergate” David Plouffe November 2, 2009
Could you imagine how amazing this video would be with audio???
The Video of Solange Attacking Jay Z Is Deeply Upsetting and Also Fantastic Kevin Fallon May 11, 2014
And if you loved music, your goal in life was to be able to afford the best Harmon Kardon audio equipment.
The Music of Sidney Harman Hilary Rosen April 15, 2011
Several television networks declined to play the audio on their newscasts.
Release the Newtown Photos! Dean Obeidallah December 4, 2013
A jumble of split screen video, audio snippets, on-site reporting, and commentary cut-aways followed.
Up To a Point: Binge Watching Putin’s Propaganda Network P. J. O’Rourke September 19, 2014
I’d better have an audio screen set up around this whole area.
Tom Swift and the Electronic Hydrolung Victor Appleton
“Pick him up,” the Captain turned and ordered the audio controller.
The Circuit Riders R. C. FitzPatrick
By trial and error Jason brought in the audio for the stations he wanted and tried to follow the course of the attack.
Deathworld Harry Harrison
To the Thawing Wind (audio) He calls on change through the violence of the elements.
A Boy’s Will Robert Frost
Though all stations were on the screen at all times, their audio channels could be controlled.
Deathworld Harry Harrison
of or relating to sound or hearing: audio frequency
relating to or employed in the transmission, reception, or reproduction of sound
of, concerned with, or operating at audio frequencies
indicating hearing or sound: audiometer, audiovisual
“sound,” especially recorded or transmitted, 1934, abstracted from prefix audio- (in audio-frequency, 1919, etc.), from Latin audire “hear” (see audience).
word-forming element meaning “sound, hearing,” from comb. form of Latin audire “hear,” (see audience); first used in English as a word-formation element 1913.
Sound, one component of multimedia. Computers (and audio compact discs and digital audio tape) work with digital audio, in contrast to vinyl disks or analogue tape.
- Audio book
a recording of an oral reading of a book, often in abridged form. Contemporary Examples Badass Motherf**ker Samuel L. Jackson has given voice to the audio book version. Happy F**king Father’s Day Tony Doukopil June 16, 2011 noun a reading of a book recorded on tape
- Audio card
noun a printed circuit card that processes sound files and sends them to the computer’s speakers Examples Audio cards convert natural analog signals into digital signals that are stored and played by the computer. Usage Note computing
- Audio cassette
a cassette containing audiotape.
- Audio conference
noun a meeting that is conducted by the use of audio telecommunications