You can use equalization and equalizers to adjust the balance of frequencies within your signal. You'll most commonly find equalization in sound recording and music production, usually in the form of Graphic Equalizers. These graphic equalizers are usually standard and onboard any of the most popular digital audio workstations. While DJ City also stock a host of hardware EQ's as well along with Parametric EQ.
When you're using an equalizer, the input signal is sent to a collection of filters. Then, you can adjust portions of the signal by using a slide control to either boost or cut specific frequencies. As a result, the vertical position of each slider will indicate the gain or cuts you've made to the signal, and in turn, resembling a graph. Hence the name graphic equalizer.
Not only do DJ City stock a range of Graphic Equalizers for you to choose from, but we also stock Parametric EQs. Requiring more expertise than a Graphic EQ, Parametric EQs provide more specific compensation and alteration around your chosen frequencies. Allowing you to address multiple parameters with high precision. Cutting or boosting a specific frequency by an exact amount, across an adjustable bandwidth or "Q". As a result, a Parametric EQ gives you the ideal way of adding punch to your bass and kick drum. As well as adding presence to your vocals and solo instruments.
At DJ City, we offer a range of both Graphic Equalizers and Parametric EQ's that allow you to take control of your signal. So head into your local DJ City store, or contact our experienced staff today. We'd love to help you find an EQ that suits your set up best!