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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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Lounge - Unplug all electronic items such as DVD players and hi-fis and check for wear and tear on cables.
The store will be opening its doors to the locals in the next month and hopes to be fully stocked with a variety of household goods including suites, sofas, chairs, dining sets, beds and wardrobes plus an array of electrical items including TVs, Hi-Fis, washing machines, fridges and dishwashers.
The 1980s saw an explosion in the numbers of different designs of hi-fis.
They often distribute leaflets advertising expensive branded goods - such as computers, TVs and hi-fis - at greatly reduced prices.
It has become one of the first to offer electrical items such as DVD players and mini hi-fis as well as DVDs, CDs, books and toys.
But mini hi-fis and TV/DVD combos offered such poor quality that they were considered to be 'dreadful kit', despite the price saving.
Right now, though,Wales has got a band who I predict will be a ubiquitous presence on the nation's hi-fis, wi-fis,MP3 players and -for those of a teenage girl persuasion -bedroom walls, within two years.
We've already given away DVD players, TVs, Hi-Fis and loads and loads of cash
PEOPLE are three times as likely to shop around for TVs and hi-fis than for life insurance.
In Edinburgh's posh New Town one store is filled with golf clubs, guitars, hi-fis and jewellery.
Because the dreaming suburbs have turned into a noisy nightmare of strident burglar alarms, revving cars, screeching strimmers, howling lawnmowers, thumping hammer drills and ear-splitting hi-fis.