volume control system

volume control system

[′väl·yəm kən‚trōl ‚sis·təm]
(engineering acoustics)
An electronic system that regulates the signal amplification or limits the output of a circuit, such as a volume compressor or a volume expander.
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Every seat is fitted with a special reading light, and a volume control system similar to that of aircraft, electrical outlets for charging computers and smart phones, and smoke detectors for maximum protection.
Our Solo-Control Individual Air Volume Control System is a simple solution for individual room comfort control.
I don't know how the volume control system truly operates, but I couldn't avoid making an ironic comment when I approached the sound technician and asked him, "Why did you raise the volume all the way to number ten?
A dilute solvent, AP/Can-Derem, was used to safely remove the radioactive metal-oxide layer that formed on the surfaces of the RCS, chemical and volume control system, and other primary support systems.
From the RHRS, the solvents traveled through the RCS and the chemical and volume control system.
These packs are the only ones on the market with built-in ear buds and a volume control system integrated into the shoulder straps.
Ma'ariv reported that under the proposed regulation, devised by Jerusalem police chief Ahron Franco, the police and the Islamic waqf (religious endowments authority) would work in concert to install volume control systems in the mosques in question.
It is designed to handle entire audio switching and volume control systems for advanced 8-channel home-theater receivers, or systems that require many audio input sources.
Main features of the third unit are safety depressurisation system, improved chemical and volume control systems, usage of digital system for the control systems.
In their model homes, builders can display four different Russound packages ranging from simple volume control systems to systems that allow users to simultaneously hear a variety of options such as: MP3 jazz songs in the kitchen, classical music from satellite radio in the dining room and rock-n-roll on the patio -- all managed from easy-to-use controls.