Equaliser

  • (noun): Electronic equipment that reduces frequency distortion.
    Synonyms: equalizer
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Some articles on equaliser, equalisers:

Equaliser (sports)
... An equaliser is a term used in association football and ice hockey, sometimes in baseball to describe a goal or run scored by one particular team that ties the game ... Team B scores and makes the match 1-1, then that goal would be deemed an equaliser ...
Equaliser (mathematics) - In Category Theory
... Equalisers can be defined by a universal property, which allows the notion to be generalised from the category of sets to arbitrary categories ... In more explicit terms, the equaliser consists of an object E and a morphism eq E → X satisfying, and such that, given any object O and morphism m O → X, if, then there exists a unique morphism ... the object E can always be taken to be the ordinary notion of equaliser, and the morphism eq can in that case be taken to be the inclusion function of E as a subset of X ...
Equaliser (mathematics)
... In mathematics, an equaliser, or equalizer, is a set of arguments where two or more functions have equal values ... An equaliser is the solution set of an equation ... In certain contexts, a difference kernel is the equaliser of exactly two functions ...
Lattice Phase Equaliser
... A lattice phase equaliser or lattice filter is an example of an all-pass filter ... reason is often used in combination with other constant resistance filters such as bridge-T equalisers ... The lattice phase equaliser was invented by Otto Zobel ...
Audio & Design (Recording) Ltd - Notable Products - Scamp Rack
... Limiter S02 Microphone Pre Amplifier S03 Sweep Equaliser S04 Parametric Equaliser S05 Dynamic Filter/Gate S06 Dynamic Filter/Gate S07 Octave Equaliser S08 DA 2in / 8out S12 Bantam patchbay S14 LED Quad ...

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