that part of a bell against which the tongue strikes.
the thick part of a bell against which the hammer strikes
noun 1. a chamber in a musical instrument, as the body of a violin, for increasing the sonority of its tone. noun 1. the resonating chamber of the hollow body of a violin, guitar, etc
noun 1. a motion-picture camera that is capable of photographing silently at the normal speed of 24 fps and operating in synchronization with separate audio recording equipment.
noun 1. a printed circuit board inserted into a computer, enabling the output and manipulation of sound
- Sound card
A plug-in optional circuit card for an IBM PC. It provides high-quality stereo sound output under program control. A “multimedia” PC usually includes a sound card. One of the best known is the Sound Blaster. [Other kinds?] (1995-03-01)