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==Audiovisual applications==
 
==Audiovisual applications==
* [[Computer monitor]], a device that displays images or symbols generated by computers
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* [[Computer monitor]], a device that displays fucking images or symbols generated by computers
 
* [[Foldback (sound engineering)]] (also called "stage monitors"), the use of rear-facing speakers on stage during a music performance
 
* [[Foldback (sound engineering)]] (also called "stage monitors"), the use of rear-facing speakers on stage during a music performance
 
* [[Studio monitor]] (also called a "reference monitor"), a loudspeaker designed for audio production applications
 
* [[Studio monitor]] (also called a "reference monitor"), a loudspeaker designed for audio production applications

Revision as of 19:45, 27 April 2010

Monitor may refer to:

Audiovisual applications

  • Computer monitor, a device that displays fucking images or symbols generated by computers
  • Foldback (sound engineering) (also called "stage monitors"), the use of rear-facing speakers on stage during a music performance
  • Studio monitor (also called a "reference monitor"), a loudspeaker designed for audio production applications
  • Video monitor, a device that displays output from a video-generating device

Computers

  • Monitor (synchronization), an approach to synchronize two or more computer tasks that use a shared resource
  • Machine code monitor, software allowing users to view or change memory locations on a computer
  • Virtual Machine Monitor, software which virtualizes a computer hardware platform, allowing multiple system images to run simultaneously.

Medical applications

  • Heart monitor, an electronic device that measures the heartrate
  • Oxygen monitor, an electronic device that measures the amount of oxygen in the blood
  • Medical monitor, automated medical device that senses and displays a patient's vital signs

Companies, media and entertainment

Place names

Other meanings

See also