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What does LP stand for?

LP stands for Low-Pass (filter, amplifier)

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Like the earlier versions, as well as many competing subwoofers, the MK-3 has only a low-pass network for crossover work, although in most hookup situations the unit's crossover "bypass" switch would be engaged, with the crossover work then handled by the on-board circuitry within an AV receiver or surround processor.
Only One-Third as Large as Standard Modules, but Can Carry Frequencies of 30 Megahertz See the B8849NL at Broadband World Forum Europe Stand #706 SAN DIEGO -- Pulse, a Technitrol Company (NYSE:TNL), a worldwide leader in electronic component and subassembly design and manufacturing, has introduced the first in a series of SmartER[TM] xDSL high-density, low-pass splitter/filter modules suitable for very-high-bit-rate digital subscriber line (VDSL2) applications.
Additional functionality includes: --A 32-voice drum/phrase sampler with up to 128MB RAM --Pattern-based 48-track sequencer allowing users to assign a different program on each track or record MIDI data to be sent to an external sound module --Renowned MPC style pressure sensitive pads including 12 levels and full level features --Built-in Analog I/O with switchable Mic/Line inputs, 1/4" stereo headphone output and MIDI I/O --Support for standard WAV files and MIDI sequences --Internal sounds in flash with on-board stereo and master effects --A low-pass filter with resonance per voice capability "The MPC500 moves music production technology to a new place, giving the professional recording and production industry a new mobile sense of control," said Jack O'Donnell, Akai Professional CEO.
With its on-chip line-driver and analog low-pass filter, the CS4352 gives designers of mainstream consumer audio products, such as flat-panel digital televisions, DVD recorders, set-top boxes, game consoles and sound cards, the ability to eliminate external components, reduce design complexity and overall system costs.