Voltage Controlled Amplifier. A circuit whose gain is determined by a control voltage.
Voltage controlled amplifier. A circuit design that allows remote control of a signal. Typically used in high-end groupings on mixers. A VCA group is one where the group fader sends a signal to the individual channels assigned to it to adjust their levels in the individual channels as compared to sending their signals to the soub-group to control. see subgroup
Acronym: oltage ontrolled mplifier Electronics: component that provides a level of amplification determined by the voltage on a control input, so that changing the voltage changes the amplification.
(voltage-controlled amplifier) An electronic circuit whose output voltage is a function of the input voltage and the gain set by a control voltage.
An amplifier whose output is controlled by varying its voltage rather than by direct resistance (as with a potentiometer).
Abbreviation for Voltage Controlled Amplifier (an amplifier that will change gain according to the level of control voltage sent to it).
Voltage Control Amplifier.
abbreviation for voltage-controlled amplifier, an amplifier circuit whose output gain can be varied by an external voltage.
See Voltage-Controlled Amplifier.
Voltage Controlled Amplifier. See Voltage control.
Voltage Controlled Amplifier - a device that controls the amplitude of a signal in proportion to the voltage applied to it.
Voltage-controlled amplifier. A device that responds to a change in voltage at its control input by altering the gain of a signal being passed through it. Also, the digital equivalent of a VCA.