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20th November 2012, 04:12 PM  #29611  
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If you equalize the frequency response, no matter how flat is it's 2d representation (level VS frequency), look at waterfall (time added) and you will see that sharp resonances still produce audible colorations because sounds on some frequencies decay longer than on others. Equalized sh*t sounds like equalized sh*t.
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20th November 2012, 04:29 PM  #29612  
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Will it work also with JFETs as the folded cascade, like in the attached schematics? 

20th November 2012, 04:29 PM  #29613  
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I had indirectly asked SY which resonances are equalizable. He responded there: I took the risk to interpret his answer like this: I don’t know if I guessed well. George
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20th November 2012, 04:32 PM  #29614  
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20th November 2012, 04:38 PM  #29615 
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I have no idea, it's a closed box for dummies, in 5+1 receiver. Calibrated microphone goes with it. It asks to position microphone in 6 different places, does fast sweeps through all channels one by one, calculates levels, delays, EQ. From what it does as the result I conclude that it equalizes mic position  independent things storing results in nonvolatile memory.
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20th November 2012, 05:00 PM  #29616  
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20th November 2012, 05:07 PM  #29618 
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Very well, but some quibbles: minimum phase can apply to nonlinear systems as well. The only requirement is that the phase be the derivative of the amplitude response wrt to frequency. And single valued functions indeed contain no loops, but if (for example) you have a 2d function unwinding in a 3d space, you can inadvertently have multiple values which are not loops in the 2d representation. Rooms have 3 dimensions (assuming the room size is time invariant!), the signal applied to them has one dimension plus time. So, no minimum phase (there's delays from reflections) and multiply valued (amplitude varies over space as well as time).
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20th November 2012, 05:11 PM  #29619  
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