sweet spot


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sweet spot

Sport the centre area of a racquet, golf club, etc., from which the cleanest shots are made

sweet spot

(1) An optimum combination of characteristics and qualities. As a result, the product is the most efficient, useful or popular, or even the most lucrative one in the line. See also SuiteSpot.

(2) The optimum seating location for listening to stereo, surround sound audio or viewing 3D TV. See 10-foot user interface and 3D TV.
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