What is an EQ Equalizer? And How does it work?

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An equalizer (also called an “EQ”) is an audio filter that isolates certain frequencies and either boosts, lowers, or leaves them unchanged. Equalizers are found on a wide variety of electronic devices. Such as Home stereo systems, Car stereo systems, Instrumental amplifiers, Studio mixing boards, etc. Equalizer can modify those unsatisfactory listening curves according to each person's different listening preferences or different listening environments.

Open the Equalizer, and select the number of segments at the stage as shown in the figure below. After setting the parameters, click “Apply” to achieve the adjustment effect.

Feasycom has the following modules that support EQ adjustment:

For more details on how to adjust EQ, please free to contact the Feasycom team for detailed tutorial documentation.

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