bass control

bass control

[′bās kən′trōl]
(electronics)
A manual tone control that attenuates higher audio frequencies in an audio amplifier and thereby emphasizes bass frequencies.
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This dial unit even has inputs for headphone and a line-in, but no bass control.
Aside from the latest TV models, 'harman house' is also set to launch new models in their home and entertainment systems; iPhone and iPod docking stations; amplifiers and wireless bass control systems for car stereos.
The earphones have direct volume and bass control and operate up to 30ft away from your device.
The bass control works as specified in company literature, starting around 500-700 Hz, and is pleasantly mild but effective all the way down to the upper 30s, by which point the total swing is +3/-5 dB.
If you overdo it and the neighbours start complaining there is a bass control on the sub-woofer.
The SB 400, designed for HDTVs 46 inches and larger, features exceptional bass response as it includes a separate bass control so users can manipulate subwoofer output.
It also packs along a super volume knob and a white LED ring with treble and bass control coming on the side panel.
After even more experimenting, I ended up setting the speaker's brilliance control to almost zero, and the bass control to between three and four on a scale of ten.
The headphones offer a range of cool attributes including different color variations, interchangeable ear pads, swiveling ear cups, and bass control, depending on the model.
Dynamics seem virtually unlimited, and bass control and power are without peer.
95 from Comet, comes with auto reverse, treble and bass control.
Thanks to two new amplifiers, the MS-A1004 and MS-A5001, and a wireless bass control, the MS-WBC, factory-installed car stereos will never sound better.