active sound control

active sound control

[¦ak·tiv ′saund kən‚trōl]
(acoustics)
Any modification of sound fields by loudspeakers, controlled, for example, through the use of a feedforward mechanism, for reduction, equalization, or cancellation of sound.
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The F SPORT also features Active Sound Control (ASC) to enhance the auditory experience.
Switch to Sport and adjust the volume of the Active Sound Control and the car's character changes completely, making it feel more focused as the sound of the engine burbling beneath the bonnet is relayed into the cabin.
The F SPORT also features Active Sound Control to enhance the auditory experience.
0 Liter V8 sounds great, but you can make it sound even sportier if you wish to thanks to the car's Active Sound Control (ASC), which blats intake resonance out of the front speakers and a deeper exhaust rumble from the rear speakers in Sport Plus mode.
The NX is also available as an F SPORT model, featuring a bolder grille and more aggressive styling, bolstered sport seats, and other upgrades such as drilled non-slip aluminum pedals and Active Sound Control (ASC) to enhance the auditory experience.
Dubbed as Active Noise Control (ANC) and Active Sound Control (ASC), the enhanced "broom
There is even an Active Sound Control feature to make accelerating and decelerating sound more authentic.
Standard Active Noise Control (ANC) and Active Sound Control (ASC) on both 4-cylinder and V-6 models counteract engine noise, particularly at high rpm.
It features Active Sound Control, large, legible speedometer and tachometer readouts, Pandora Internet radio, SMS text messaging, a smart key entry system with push-button start, and a tri-view rear camera.
Designed to precision standards, with the latest Surface Mount Design and Active Sound Control technologies, the new products provide the highest level of acoustic protection for both impulse and continuous noise, eliminating the risk of hearing damage.