Definition: A Graphic Equalizer is an electronic component with sliding controls for adjusting frequency response. It is called a Graphic Equalizer because the position of the sliding controls looks like the frequency characteristics of the sound. Raising the sliding controls increases the loudness of a frequency and lowering the sliding control lowers the loudness of a frequency.
Pronunciation: Gra•fic E•kwal•izer
Also Known As: Audio Equalizer
Alternate Spellings: Graphic EQ
Examples:A Graphic Equalizer is used to adjust the frequency response of an audio system.