- 1 What does Hi-Fi mean in slang?
- 2 Why is it called Hi-Fi?
- 3 What does Hifey mean?
- 4 How do you spell Hifey?
- 5 What is full form of Hi Fi?
- 6 What is the highest quality audio?
- 7 What is HiFi and LOFI?
- 8 What does hi-fi sound like?
- 9 Is hyphy dead?
- 10 Who said hyphy first?
- 11 Who created hyphy?
- 12 What does Boosie mean Bay Area slang?
- 13 Is Finna a Bay Area word?
- 14 What does Bootsy mean?
What does Hi-Fi mean in slang?
1: high fidelity. 2: equipment for reproduction of sound with high fidelity.
Why is it called Hi-Fi?
Yes, that’s right: Hi-Fi ( short for “High Fidelity” ) began with Yamaha. The company’s HiFi Player — one of the first stereo record players and the first ever audio component bearing the “Hi-Fi” name — started it all.
What does Hifey mean?
crazy, to act crazy or make something crazy. See more words with the same meaning: wild, ridiculous, extreme.
How do you spell Hifey?
noun. A style of uptempo hip-hop music originating in northern California and associated with a frenetic style of dancing. ‘He put out an album of hyphy. ‘
What is full form of Hi Fi?
noun. high fidelity. a phonograph, radio, or other sound-reproducing apparatus possessing high fidelity.
What is the highest quality audio?
WAV stands for Waveform Audio File Format and is the highest quality audio format. It’s one of a few lossless audio formats and also one of the most popular formats in the audio industry. Usually, WAV contains uncompressed audio.
What is HiFi and LOFI?
Hi-Fi: As mentioned before, Hi-fi stands for High-fidelity and refers to the high quality of music. Lo-Fi: The full form of the term is Low Fidelity. This kind of music or audio is basically the raw form of audio, imperfections and all. The quality of sound is low along with the distortion.
What does hi-fi sound like?
Buttery. An old pro audio term. Smooth and seductive, even soothing. Take a hi-fi system with a very flat or slightly recessed but linear area from 2K-8K, maybe a slight roll-off or alternately a bit of 16K air up top plus a solid bass/mid bass, and it sounds like buttah.
Is hyphy dead?
“ In the Bay Area, hyphy is kind of dead,” says Mistah F.A.B., one of the genre’s most popular artists, who was signed by Atlantic Records in September. “Hyphy hasn’t really broken outside of the Bay,” Day says. “It’s still a very local movement.”
Who said hyphy first?
Pendarvis: “Hyphy” the word was first said on record by East Oakland’s Keak Da Sneak in the mid-’90s. It gained popularity in the early 2000s.
Who created hyphy?
The exact dates and origins of the hyphy movement are debated, but certain sources credit Oakland rapper Keak Da Sneak with coining the term “hyphy” in the early 90s on one of his early recordings. Regardless, the movement itself wouldn’t hit full stride until the 2000s.
What does Boosie mean Bay Area slang?
What it actually means: to pick someone up (ex: “Come swoop me!”) “Boosie” adj. What we thought it meant: to meddle in drugs or alcohol, another word for idiot, an alcoholic. What it actually means: lame, pathetic (ex: “He’s actin’ hella boosie.”)
Is Finna a Bay Area word?
‘Finna’ is another way of saying ‘ going to’ or ‘about to. ‘ This term is also used by people not from the Bay — For example, ‘I’m finna head to the gym later.
What does Bootsy mean?
(African-American Vernacular) Bad, not good; (by extension) ugly or crazy.