Definitions for "LFE"
Low Frequency Effects or the bass audio signal. Generally the signal between 20-150Hz that is played through a subwoofer.
Low Frequency Effects. LFE refers to the dedicated subwoofer channel in 5.1 formats. It carries the lowest few octaves.
The 6th channel in a 5.1 channel system. Sent to the subwoofer, it is for explosions and rumbles and other low frequency sounds.
Large final emitters. refers to a proposed federal government system, currently under development, to reduce annual GHG emissions by key industrial sectors, such as oil and gas, electricity production, and mining and manufacturing. The system would require mandatory GHG emissions reductions using an intensity-based approach.