equalizer

Definitions:

  • One that equalizes, as.
  • A device for equalizing pressure or strain.
  • A tone control system designed to compensate for frequency distortion in audio systems.
  • A deadly weapon, such as a firearm or switchblade.
  • One who or that which equalizes or makes equal; an adjuster; a leveler.
  • Specifically, a pivoted bar attached to the pole of a wagon and carrying at its ends the swingletrees to which the horses are attached; an evener. Also called <internalXref urlencoded="equalizing-bar">equalizing-bar</internalXref>.
  • Also spelled <internalXref urlencoded="equaliser">equaliser</internalXref>.
  • In a wide sense, any form of balanced bar designed to equalize irregular strains, as in the buffers of a car-platform or the springs used to keep a car-vestibule closed under the swaying of the cars when in motion.
  • A box or tank, loosely filled with sand, coke, sawdust, or other cleansing material, through which the gas from a producer is passed to make its quality uniform.
  • One who, or that which, equalizes anything.
  • same as <er>Equalizing bar</er>.
  • A device, as a bar, for operating two brakes, esp. a pair of hub brakes for an automobile, with equal force.
  • Any device for equalizing the pull of electromagnets; also, a conductor of low resistance joining the armature ends of the series field coils of dynamos connected in parallel.
  • A sliding panel to preserve the lateral stability of an aëroplane.
  • a device or circuit within a sound-reproducing system that reproduces the original frequency distribution of the sound before recording by compensating for inequialities in the frequency response of the system.
  • a gun.
  • One who makes <xref>equal</xref>; a <xref>balancer</xref>.
  • A goal that <xref>equalizes</xref> the score.
  • A electronic audio device for altering the <xref>frequencies</xref> of sound recordings.
  • a weight that balances another weight
  • electronic equipment that reduces frequency distortion
  • a score that makes the match even
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