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blaster

[′blas·tər]
(engineering)
A device for detonating an explosive charge; usually consists of a machine by which an operator, by pressing downward or otherwise moving a handle of the device, may generate a powerful transient electric current which is transmitted to an electric blasting cap. Also known as blasting machine.
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For anyone listening to music, Sound Blaster Extigy ships with Creative PlayCenter(TM) 3, a personal digital music center that enables creation, organization and playback of digital quality music enhanced with EAX ADVANCED HD effects, along with Dolby Digital(R) file playback and integrated CD burning capabilities.
The Sound Blaster Audigy also includes support for true discrete multi- channel playback, which allows users to maximize their listening experience with Dolby(R) Digital 5.
Global communications in today's Internet-savvy society drive the need for devices such as the VoIP Blaster," noted Ken Fong, director of marketing of Creative Labs, Inc.
interactive, high-definition audio to the Sound Blaster Live
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Sound Blaster was launched ten years ago at Comdex Fall 1989.
As a supplemental curriculum solution to existing classroom textbooks, the Math Blaster content is correlated to the National Council of Teachers of Mathematics (NCTM) standards as well as individual state standards.
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available on any competitive audio products, the patented Sound Blaster