High Tension

High tension is a synonym for high voltage.

It can also mean:

  • The HT, high tension or B battery supply to a traditional vacuum tube circuit, see HT (vacuum tube)
  • Haute Tension, a French horror film released as High Tension in North America

Other articles related to "high tension, tension, tensions, high":

Quick & Flupke - List of Volumes - High Tension
... Initially published in September 1985 as Haute Tension ... Haute Tension is not by Hergé, but by Johan de Moor, the son of Hergé's assistant Bob de Moor ...
High Tension
... High Tension (French Haute tension, released in the UK as Switchblade Romance) is a 2003 French horror film that was later released in 2004 in the UK and 2005 in the US ... High Tension was picked up by independent distributor Lions Gate Entertainment following a successful screening at the Midnight Madness section of the 2003 Toronto International Film Festival ... High Tension has been associated with the New French Extremity movement ...
Marching Percussion - Snare Drums
... The modern "high tension" snare was developed in response to the higher head tensions made possible with the development of Kevlar and other high strength fibers bonded into the drum head ... These high tension drums were first developed by Legato of Australia for the pipe band snare drums ... High tension drums began and were perfected in the pipe band market and later moved into the marching band and drum corps areas ...

Famous quotes containing the words tension and/or high:

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    ‘twas by making sweetbreads do
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