bass compensation

bass compensation

[′bās ‚käm·pən′sā·shən]
(electronics)
A circuit that emphasizes the low-frequency response of an audio amplifier at low volume levels to offset the lower sensitivity of the human ear to weak low frequencies.
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The simple rear panel features the main Line-In input for connectivity to a soundcard or PC, high-grade connectors to satellite speakers and a bass compensation adjust knob.
1 speaker system with class-leading audio precision and design* Compact and stylish satellite speakers with audiophile-quality drivers for a full mid-range and clear highs* Compact subwoofer with high-output Creative SLAM design using three drivers to deliver deep, refined bass* Eco-friendly Low Standby Power technology for minimal power consumption in standby mode* Simple rear panel with Line--In input and bass compensation adjust knob* Convenient wired remote with volume control, Aux-In and Headphone Out
The AD1940 and AD1941 SigmaDSP audio processors feature a 28-bit core running at 75 MHz with 16-channel I/O, enough to process conventional 24-bit audio signals with the headroom to accommodate sound-enhancing features like bass compensation.