I need help equalizing my sound system
I would like to equalize my home theater. Below is a list of equipment that I have, which I believe is adequate for the analysis.
Question: How the heck do I use all this to properly equalize my system?
I have used pink noise signals, recorded the response using the IPAD, and tried to equalize the system by getting an average value for all bands on the RTA and use that value as a reference to either boost/attenuate for each particular band. I did this for stereo only, and did the analysis for each channel independently
Am I doing this correctly? My system sounds good, but I'm not sure that my approach is correct.
I believe the condenser MIC is already calibrated by factory. However I'm not sure about Ipad's MIC?
Thanks in advance
You forgot one crucial component, the room where the speakers are placed.
One of the best things you can do is to replace/sell all that gear with one reciever which has built-in auto EQ.... such as Audyssey EQ system. Or buy their out board auto-EQ model.
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