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Homework Help: self regulated volume control

Posted by Piero on Thursday, August 11, 2005 at 11:06pm.

Hey what's up... does anyone know what does ''self regulated volume control'' mean?


I suspect this is what is more commonly called AGC, or automatic gain control. This self regulating amplifer stage compensates for incoming signal strength (stronger input = less amplification) so that the output is "regulated" at a near constant level.

However, in these days, marketers are allowed to say anything to sell a product, so "self regulated volume control" could mean anything at all.

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