In sound recording and reproduction, equalization is the process commonly used to alter the frequency response of an audio system using linear filters. Most hi-fi equipment uses relatively simple filters to make bass and treble adjustments. Graphic and parametric equalizers have much more flexibility in tailoring the frequency conte
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- the act of making equal or uniform
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The process of adjusting the tonal quality of a sound. A graphic equalizer provides adjustment for a wide range of frequency bands, and is normally inserted in the signal path after the mixing desk, before the amplifier. See Feedback.
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Any time the amplitude of audio signals at specific set of frequencies are increased or decreased more than the signals at other audio frequencies.
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Compensation for frequency dependent attenuation in a comunications circuit.
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An image processing technique where the range of tones or colours in an image file are expanded in order to produce a more pleasing image.
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Is an appraisal of all property that is within an area for the purpose of equalizing values to ensure that taxes are assessed equally and fairly.
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The act of equalizing, or state of being equalized. « Their equalization
with the rest of their fellow subjects.» Burke.
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the act of making equal or uniform
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• (n.) The act of equalizing, or state of being equalized.
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(from the article `telephone and telephone system`) ...adaptive equalizer to compensate for the smearing of data symbols due to the mutual interference of signals being attenuated at various rates ... ...frequencies before the signal is converted into a groove shape and impressed onto the plastic disca process called pre-emphasis....
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equalization 1. The act of making someone or something equal or uniform. 2. The process of restoring all cells in a battery to an equal state or charge. 3. To adjust or to correct the frequency characteristics of (an electronic signal) by restoring them to their original level of high frequencies....
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See factor price equalization.
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Equalization is correction for frequency-dependent processing of signals. Equalization may also be: ==Science and technology== ==Economics and finance== ==Other== == See also == ...
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The process of restoring all cells in a battery to an equal state-of-charge. Some battery types may require a complete discharge as a part of the equalization process.
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An image processing technique where the range of tones or colours in an image file are expanded in order to produce a more pleasing image
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The alteration of sound frequencies for a specific purpose, such as to remove 'noise' frequencies or to improve speech clarity.
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Loosely, any type of relative frequency adjustment. Specifically, the process of changing the frequency balance of an electrical signal to alter the acoustical output.
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Equalisation: the process of adjusting revenues (as measured by taxation capacity) to meet expenditure needs; vertical equalisation: between different tiers of government (in other words from central to regional government, or from regional to municipal governments); horizontal equalisation: between units within the same tier of government (in othe
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a process of compensation for the deviation of the transfer function of a transmission channel or a two-port device from its ideal form with a view to reducing linear distortion of the transmitted signal
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an action for reducing intersymbol interference resulting from distortion of a digital signal in a transmission channel
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modification of the amplitude/frequency response characteristics of a recording or reproducing system with the purpose of compensating for deficiencies within the system
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The process of restoring all cells in a battery to an equal state-of-charge. Some battery types may require a complete discharge as a part of the equalization process. Related category • BATTERIES Source: U.S. Department of Energy
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Equalization (British: equalisation) is the process of adjusting the balance between frequency components within an electronic signal. The most well known use of equalization is in sound recording and reproduction but there are many other applications in electronics and telecommunications. The circuit or equipment used to achieve equalization is c
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In some jurisdictions, when it is necessary to correct inequalities in state wide tax assessments, a
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