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Low-End (noun)

Type: noun

Pronunciation: /low-end/

Also spelled or known as: Low End, LowEnd

Related: Lows

What does Low-End mean?

The lower range of audio frequencies between 60Hz-250Hz. A reference value.

Low-End is also known as the bass, the lower frequencies in a sound – typically from ~60Hz to ~250Hz. Usually meant in the context of “highs, mids and lows” in an audio signal.

Low-End Synonyms: Lows, Bass, Sub-bass

Example sentence: “We should definitely add more Low-End to the album.”

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