Remember these things? I have not seen one in a long time.
I just saw an old quiz show where someone won a stereo system with a GRAPHIC EQUALIZER!
They used to have these on anything sonic. The more up and down tabs the better. Base, treble, left, right, Mhz, Htvz, Crtz, Xyzz, who the Hell knew what they were for?
I only know that the more you had, the fancier you felt. Slap on that LP and start messing with your GRAPHIC EQUALIZER to get the sound perfect. You would mess with the left right, then when that was just right, experiment with different levels of bass and treble. When those were perfect you experimented with the Mhz, PHdz, the whoozis and the whatziz until you were convinced that the sound was perfect for your stereophonic delight.
Was it just me, or did everyone of those up and down tab settings always end up exactly in the middle?
Does new technology still have GRAPHIC EQUALIZERS? Does is take a teenager to find them?
Are they all just automatically set in the middle?