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tone control

[′tōn kən‚trōl]
(electronics)
A control used in an audio-frequency amplifier to change the frequency response so as to secure the most pleasing proportion of bass to treble; individual bass and treble controls are provided in some amplifiers.
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The features used in the tone control model in Section 3 are mainly for this reason.
It is an optimal option for use in equipment that requires push button tone control, such as elevators, building management applications, and electronic switchboards.
Apply intelligent automatic or manual adjustments-including complete exposure and tone control, color correction, white balance, noise reduction, curves and levels, lens correction and many more-knowing you can always revert to an earlier version of the image at any time.
After the first singalong the program proceeded through ten numbers beginning with William Ness as the virtuosic organist in "I Saw Three Ships," and "E'en So, Lord Jesus, Quickly Come." The Salisbury Belles rendered "We Three Kings," and "Carol of the Bells," with beguiling rhythmic precision and tone control. As a last number before the final sing-along, Falco and Sherwood jointly played the Hook in a gaggy version of "March of the Toy Soldiers," with Bob Gordon providing sturdy tympani support through this and most previous numbers.
The task included: (a) four lexical decision blocks (LD); and (b) two tone control blocks (TC), which were used to examine auditory non-verbal performance.
6) QUAKER BOY's Challenger Elk Bugle has an expandable tube with a wide-mouthed horn on the end for volume and tone control. First-timers and experienced callers alike can make bugles, growls, and chuckles with ease with this call.
But convenient features were not included for the low price; none had a rewind system or tone control.
Features: Single cassette deck; echo, pitch and tone control; two microphone sockets with individual volume control; master volume control; CD input socket; carry handle; starter tape.
The receiver line starts with the two-channel 20-watt SRX-3100 featuring a detachable faceplate, tone control and a $190 suggested retail price.
Additionally, buildings where HVAC system can be individualized for tenants are candidates for the Kastle TONE control that permits off-site operation by touch-tone telephone -- a way to create the right climate when heading for the office on nights and weekends.
Huntington Beach, CA, March 29, 2013 --(PR.com)-- PickupBender[TM] is a new line of passive controls for electric guitars that combine an integrated switchable pickup wiring mod with a volume or tone control. These compact controls replace the guitar's standard volume or tone controls and allow you to add coil tapping and other wiring mods to your guitar without the need to drill new holes.
Putting in the tone control had a significantly positive effect.