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Old 25th April 2008, 12:00 PM   #1
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Default Equalization bands for bass, trebble, midrange

--> Trying to learn about (and eventually use) the TAS3204 chip from TI.

I want to make a user-interface for a parametric equalizer. Initially, I'll try the basic three-band method (bass, midrange, treble), but eventually, I'd like to move into the five band range.

--> What are the common cutoff frequencies for these audio bands? Is there a way to "calculate" each band when going from three bands, to five bands, to seven bands, etc.?
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