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Old 9th October 2012, 09:33 PM   #71
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last night listening to a faith no more cd i realised my gain in midrange was way to high , mids were distorted , so probably i will need to re-equalize and mesure again
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Old 10th October 2012, 09:00 PM   #72
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new mesurement with gain structure fixed :
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How and what are you using for measurements Iduarte1973? It seems unlikely to me that you'd enjoy listening to what the graph represents (20+db null in the upper midrange).
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Far better curve We like bass in general
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Old 12th October 2012, 07:28 AM   #76
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im mesuring this with a calibrated mic and spl meter , but they send me several calibration files and maybe im using the wrong one , thats why the results may not be correct
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Old 12th October 2012, 07:33 AM   #77
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i dont boost any frequency at all , just cut some midrange (> 200 hz) and treble , bass is untouched but since i use 3 amps (1 for bass , 1 mid , 1 treble) chaging amp volumes will change the frequency response.
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last night listening to a faith no more cd i realised my gain in midrange was way to high , mids were distorted , so probably i will need to re-equalize and mesure again
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Angeldust and the first one (cant remenber the name)
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just a doubt , i have 2 type of calibration files : narrow frequency and 1/3 octave (0,45 and 90) , which should i use ? the speakers are 45 up the listening position 2,5m (8foot) apart
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