Definitions for "Single-ended"
An amplifier topology in which a single output device [tube or transistor] amplifies both the signal’s positive and negative phase and hence doesn’t require a phase splitter. A variation on this topology is called "parallel single-ended" that parallels multiple output devices for increased output power. By definition, single-ended amplifiers always run in Class A.
Unbalanced, such as grounding one side of a circuit or transmission line.
A signal requiring only one wire for transmission. Referenced to ground.
Keywords:  ska, coil
Single Coil Ska
Lamps having a single lamp base or point of electrical connection.
Keywords:  channels, number, see
See Number of Channels.