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sound head

noun

, Movies.
  1. a mechanism through which film passes in a projector for conversion of the soundtrack into audio-frequency signals that can be amplified and reproduced.


sound head

noun

  1. the part of a film projector that reproduces the sound in a film


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Word History and Origins

Origin of sound head1

First recorded in 1930–35
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Example Sentences

How refreshing it was to meet a practical, sound head in all that confusion!

The old notion, that work was a curse, never entered his sound head.

Has a really sound head on his shoulders, a really skilled craft to his hand?

I have always been noted for a sound head and a steady tongue.

If he did not always run well it was not for want of a sound head or a sharp eye.

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