amplifier /ˈamplɪfʌɪə/

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noun

1. an electronic device for increasing the amplitude of electrical signals, used chiefly in sound reproduction.
2. a device consisting of an amplifier combined with a loudspeaker and used to increase the volume of the sound produced by electric guitars and other musical instruments.

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