An audio process, hardware or software based, which breaks down the audio spectrum into several frequency bands to compensate for changes in audio frequency-dependent levels, allowing the user to control (boost or cut) each frequency segment individually. The main use of audio equalizers is to compensate for inadequate acoustics in the room where the sound is being played. Another very important use for audio equalization is to revitalize the playback characteristics of low quality tapes and poor recordings in order to recreate the original sound.
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