Cars & Driving
- noun a device which adjusts the sound balance of front and rear speakers in a four-speaker layout
- A circuit or device which enables gradually changing the strength of a signal. Used, for example, for fade-ins and fade-outs.
- A circuit or device which enables gradually changing the strength of multiple signals. For instance, a parametric equalizer can increase or decrease the levels of various intervals within the audible range, to help provide the desired sound experience.
- noun a mechanism in a radio studio that controls the volume of an audio channel