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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Unless you spend every Saturday comparing woofers, tweeters and graphic equalisers, you'll want to opt for an all-in-one hi-fi package.
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Disc jockeys, or DJs, play, mix and link recorded music using a wide variety of equipment including turntables and mixers, tape decks, amplifiers and headphones, graphic equalisers, lighting effects, multimedia and sound processors.