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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SoundClear software for cellular handsets offers high-quality full-duplex hands-free operation, noise reduction, and improved speech intelligibility with graphic equalizers, enabling natural conversation flow.
Features of the ATH3003 include 42dB acoustic echo cancellation, 30dB network echo cancellation, up to 12dB noise reduction, graphic equalizers, and sound enhancement.
To improve the sound quality and simplify phone system design, the device also includes dual 10-band Graphic Equalizers, comfort noise, DTMF generation and ringer tone generation.
Rock-Ola's new E-Rock features a 19" glass touch screen monitor, dual amplifiers with dual seven band graphic equalizers, blasting out tunes with 900 watts of power.