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Hi-Fi

A reproduction of a sound or image of such high quality that it imitates the real thing. The term is short for "high fidelity."
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Demand for Bluetooth connectivity in consumer electronic products such as hi-fis and DTVs continues to grow, as does its application in handheld games consoles.
A REAL hi-fi with CD player and DAB radio plus fold-out dock.
AMAZON, the online seller of books, music, hi-fis, fridges, televisions, blenders, one-legged mountain goats named Clive and practically everything else under the sun, will soon start selling its own e-book reader, Kindle, in the UK.
Opened this week it offers a range of TVs, DVDs, radios, hi-fis, cameras, camcorders, mobile and home phones, satellite navigation systems and MP3s.
They are also offering new products including books, videos, mini hi-fis and DVD players.
The sound is still spell-binding but of course, on today's all-singing, all-dancing, hi-fis, even more effective.
Our local McDonald's take- away had clearly been doing a roaring trade: the evidence, in the shape of discarded boxes from Big Macs and fries, fizzy drinks cups and serviettes, was strewn everywhere in this one spot - a favoured pull-in for young drivers with their custom cars and blaring hi-fis.
And the latest electrical products, including computers, cameras, cam-corders, hi-fis, wide screen TVs, videos and DVD players, will also be on sale in the huge two-storey building.
TELEVISIONS, videos and hi-fis were once the favourite pickings for the Merseyside burglar.
Material comforts, such as televisions and hi-fis, have lost much of their inherent value because we've come to expect them.
Effects of a poor summer had been compounded by ventures into too many peripheral areas like Christmas CDs, videos, books and even hi-fis.