graphic equalizer


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graphic equalizer

[¦graf·ik ′ē·kwə‚lī·zər]
(engineering acoustics)
A device that allows the response of audio equipment to be modified independently in several frequency bands through the use of a bank of slide controls whose positions form a graph of the frequency response.
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In addition to real-time video tools DVRexRT also offers a wide variety of audio tools including high and low pass filtering, a parametric and graphic equalizer, and reverb.
Just so everyone sounds "fab," a five-band graphic equalizer allows user to adjust the high, mid and low frequencies to suit the individual's listening preference.
In addition to bass management, DSP and filtering, and conversion from PCM to PWM capable of driving the class D output stage, the WM8602 also features an on-board graphic equalizer and selectable high frequency equalization to suit different speaker types.
99 enhanced version of RealJukebox and the fastest selling digital music system, with the ability to record and playback at CD quality -- up to 320 kbps, a 10-band graphic equalizer, and powerful new music management capabilities among its many features.
For the record, the HDD100 has a 15 gig hard drive, which is enough to store up to 6,000 tracks, a backlit, scratch-resistant LED screen and customisable graphic equalizers.
You cannot achieve this with legacy solutions such as psychoacoustic sound effects or graphic equalizers.
Usually with these kind of technologies, whether it's compression or graphic equalizers or even stereo itself, any major improvement is a trickle-up process," Desper said.
All advanced features of the ATH3101 are included in the BGA package option including: dynamic gain control for microphone and line inputs, 10-band graphic equalizers, bi-directional noise reduction, programmable gain input amplifiers and output drivers with fully differential signaling, dual 16-bit Sigma-Delta CODECs sampling, and sidetone cancellation.