stereo tuner

stereo tuner

[′ster·ē·ō ′tün·ər]
(engineering acoustics)
A tuner having provisions for receiving both channels of a stereo broadcast.
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There is the Avionics Innovations AICDIII, which has an AM/FM stereo tuner, a CD/MP3/WMA player, digital tuning and display, plus it can connect to a Sirius XM satellite receiver.
LONGROYD BRIDGE | Thieves stolen an iPod and stereo tuner from a Vauxhall Corsa parked on Manchester Road during the evening of September 13.
There, the bomb was placed in a Sanyo stereo tuner -- and the serial numbers showed it had been shipped to Vancouver, Canada for sale.
It includes a player for CDs, DVDs and BluRay discs, an FM-RDS stereo tuner, an analog audio port, an iPod-/iPhone interface, two ports for USB data storage media and a LAN/WLAN port for rapid access to network-based mass storage device and to music and radio channels on the Internet.
It includes a full-featured CD player, AM/FM stereo tuner and all the speaker, amplification and equalisation technology to fill a room with sound.
While Circuit City does not currently sell any home stereo tuner models, Mullen noted that the portable receivers are displayed plugged into the home docks in the home audio sections.
1 PRO speakers ($799), which come with a combination stereo tuner and DVD/CD player.
The RTDVD1 System combines the best features of a DVD player, a CD player, stereo tuner, amplifier, and Dolby Digital decoder.
There's no expensive installation required, and it's fully compatible with any TV or stereo tuner for high-energy VHF / UHF/FM reception.
It's a relatively calm, sober little box, like a small PC or a stereo tuner.
It includes a full-featured CD player, AM/FM stereo tuner with 10 presets, and all the speaker, amplification and equalisation technology to fill a room with sound, making it ideal for appreciating Antony's album.