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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Other SoundClear speech enhancements include a voice-band graphic equalizer for optimal speech intelligibility.
As a result, Wetzel was able to include a dual 12-band graphic equalizer using independent IIR filters with performance left over for dual audio-amplitude compressors that are used to control dynamic volume range.
Audio features include a flexible I2S I/O port that can accept up to 24 bits of audio resolution and a sample rate of 96 kHz, the ability to manage both broadcast and baseband audio, and an embedded graphic equalizer that can adjust both broadcast and baseband to accommodate personal preferences.
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.
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.