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Hz

  1. Hertz; hertzes.


Hz

symbol for

  1. hertz


Hz

  1. Abbreviation of hertz


Hz

  1. The abbreviation for hertz , a standard unit of frequency .


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The new tablet includes a larger screen with a 120 Hz refresh rate, updated internal hardware, user-replaceable SSDs, and a pair of Thunderbolt 4 ports that replace the USB-C and USB-A ports in the previous model.

The screen now gets Pro Motion, which means it can go from 10 Hz to 120 Hz depending on what you’re doing.

The microphone’s frequency response stretches from 20 Hz to 20 kHz and has a slightly pronounced presence bump that’s great for a natural vocal sound.

With 50mm drivers, high-power neodymium magnets, a 12,000 Hz – 35,000 kHz frequency response, and an impedance of 32 ohms, these headphones deliver a punchy low-end, robust mids, and a crisp, clean high-end.

I haven’t been able to test out the super-smooth 120 Hz gameplay just yet, but it’s coming.

A stellar-mass black hole would produce pulses in the 100 to 450 Hz range, though still with that 3-to-2 ratio between the flares.

HZ: That meant a lot to me, giving me a real confidence in my design and that my label is on the right track.

Hawser, hz′ėr, n. a small cable, a large rope used in warping.

In the lateral parts of the mesoblast of the head there may be seen on each side a tube-like structure (hz).

And let hz, be drawne: This hz shall be cut one line, by the 14 e vij.

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