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Since 1982.

SIGNS / SYMBOLS FOR ELECTRONIC TEXTS

 

Electronic symbols & signs Technical Greek Symbols / signs for electronic texts as well as the Greek Alphabet and other useful symbols. Symbols for Ohm / Omega, Pi, degree, trademark, copyright, micro, Yen, British pound, Euro, plus over minus exponential, Beta, Delta, Phi and many, many more.

 

 

 





 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

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Here are some very useful Symbols you may cut-n-paste as you need them. Feel free to link to this page.
These are shown in "Arial" font, but you can change them as needed once you paste them into your document.

SYMBOLS:

+ /- Plus over Minus symbol: ±
Ohm / Ohms / Omega symbol / sign: Ω
Micro-Farad / mf symbol: μF
Micro-Volt / mV symbol: μV
Euro symbol / sign: €
Copyright symbol in circle: ©


Registered symbol in circle: ®
Trademark symbol: ™
Trade Mark / Marked symbol: ™
Less Than or Equal to symbol: ≤
Greater Than or Equal to symbol: ≥
Not Equal to symbol: ≠
Infinity symbol / sign: ∞
Japanese Yen symbol / sign: ¥
 
British Pound / money Symbol symbol / sign: £
American Dollar sign: $
American Cent / cents: ¢
To the "Power of" / Exponential Symbol: xⁿ or ⁿ
Degree Symbol: ° or ˚
Over-Score Symbol: ¯
Arrows and Double Arrows Symbol: » « ← ↑ → ↓ ↔ ↕ ↨

Greek Alphabet (not all inclusive) and other misc symbols;
 
 Alpha Symbol: Α or α
 Beta Symbol: ß β
Gamma Symbol: Γ γ
 Delta Symbol: ∆
 Epsilon Symbol:  Ε or ε
Zeta Symbol:  Ζ or ζ
Eta Symbol: Η or η
 Theta / Sine / Cosine Symbol : Θ or θ
Iota Symbol: Ιι
Kappa Symbol: Κ or κ
 Lambda Symbol: Λ or λ
Mu Symbol: Μμ
Nu Symbol: Νν
 Xi Symbol: Ξ
Omicron Symbol: Ο or ο
Pi Symbol: Π or π
Rho Symbol: Ρ or ρ
 Sigma Symbol: Σ
Tau Symbol: Τ or τ
Upsilon Symbol: Υυ
 Phi Symbol: Φ or φ or x
Chi Symbol: Χχ
 Psi Symbol: Ψ
 
Omega Symbol : Ω
 Ef Symbol: ф
 Square Root Symbol: √
 ‡
 ∂
 ª
 ä
 

We are displaying the above information as we accumulate it. It's accuracy has not been verified. If complete accuracy is desired you should do further research to base any decisions on. The above is presented for entertainment value only.

 

 

Jerry Gahagan of OakTreeVintage
Taken in portion of Speaker Audition Room
Vintage Home Audio Speakers from the late 1960's into the 1980's


 

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LINKS TO OUR 'HI-FI' DEPARTMENTS

Amps and
Pre-Amps

Receivers

Cassette
Decks

Tuners

Turntables

8-Track Decks

CD Players

Reel-Reel
Decks

EQs and Signal
Processors

Speakers

Betamax and
VHS VCRs

Turntable Cartridges

Tube Audio

Ne'cessories

Speaker Parts

Record Players

Vintage Radios

Vintage
Walkmans

Headphones

Stereo Parts


Wondering where the "tone" you remember went?....

Vintage  Stereo Equipment receivers speakers Classic Silver Audio Collection and jerry gahagan

 

.... Surround yourself with Silver and find it again!

 


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