frequency response

noun Electronics.
1.
the effectiveness with which a circuit, device, or system processes and transmits signals fed into it, as a function of the signal frequency.
2.
Also called frequency-response curve. a graph of frequency response, with signal amplitude or gain plotted against frequency.

Origin:
1925–30

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Example sentences
Measured in hertz, frequency response is the range of sound that headphones can
  produce.
That's largely thanks to two omni-directional mics with a wonderfully flat and
  wide frequency response.
Both high sensitivity and good frequency response can be achieved in one small
  package.
Frequency response refers to the shape of the gain requirements across
  frequency.
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