hi-fi hi-fi


  1. (n) equipment for the reproduction of sound with high fidelity
  2. (n) the reproduction of sound with little or no distortion
  3. (adj) characterized by minimal distortion in sound reproduction


  1. A new neurosis has been discovered: audiophilia, or the excessive passion for hi-fi sound and equipment.
  2. To purchase, assemble and operate a first-class hi-fi set, a man once had to have the patience of Job, the funds of Croesus and the genius of Edison.
  3. More frequently, he is down on the Jersey shore, where he has just moved into more comfortablebut not lavishquarters, and bought his first decent hi-fi rig.



  1. "Apple is reinventing the home stereo with the new iPod Hi-Fi, the first iPod accessory that adds true high-fidelity sound quality to the iPod," said Steve Jobs, Apple's CEO. "iPod Hi-Fi's unrivaled acoustic performance and stunning design is...
    on Feb 28, 2006 By: Steve Jobs Source: Apple Hot News

  2. Speaking before setting sail today, Bullimore said he would cross the start line playing a version of Waltzing Matilda by Australian singer John Williamson "as loud as my hi-fi will play it". "The greatest thrill I will have is to put...
    on Apr 30, 2007 By: Tony Bullimore Source: NEWS.com.au

  3. But it's "In Hi-Fi Stereo" that Abair says has taken her back to her musical roots, plunging headfirst into the deep end of soul-infused jazz.
    on Jul 8, 2010 By: Mindi Abair Source: Herald Palladium (subscription)

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