The new series of speakers feature a highly oriented polyolefine (HOP), in addition to an aramid fiber composite woofer to produce rich and solid bass.
What does HOP stand for?
HOP stands for Highly Oriented Polyolefine (audio technology)
This definition appears somewhat frequently and is found in the following Acronym Finder categories:
- Information technology (IT) and computers
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We have 103 other meanings of HOP in our Acronym Attic
- Heating Oil Partners (now HOP Energy, LLC)
- Helicopter Operation
- Helium Oxidizer Tank Pressure
- Help Other People
- Heritage of Pride (New York, NY)
- Heropbou En Ontwikkelings Program (Reconstruction and Development Program; South Africa)
- Hierarchical Observing Protocol
- High Output Paraffin
- High Oxygen Pressure
- Higher Order Path (Sprint, SDH)
- Highway Occupancy Permit
- Hispanic Outreach Project (various locations)
- Historic Ocean Profile
- History off the Page (teaching company; est. 1996)
- HIV Outpatient Program (Louisiana)
- Home Occupation Permit (various locations)
- Home Ownership Program (various locations)
- Home Oxygen Provider
- Homecast Open Protocol (Wireless LAN)
- Homeownership Opportunity Program (various locations)
Samples in periodicals archive:
These four-way speakers offer Highly Oriented Polyolefine (HOP) woofers, balanced drive/dome tweeters and a new design.
Model SS-WL10H features a two-way system with a 5-inch Highly Oriented Polyolefine (HOP) woofer that delivers dynamic sound with low distortion, with up to 100 watts maximum input power.