Still puzzling about the cross talk cancelation I'm using. And in my head comparing it to the shuffler I tried before it. It's not that I don't like what I got now, just wondering if there could be more. Right now I use a few (P)EQ cuts to even out the sound (!). Somehow I think I should be able to come up with some better arrangement that doesn't need any cuts at all.
There's no doubt in my mind this cross talk problem within Stereo is real. And my current solution, however simple it is, does a better job than not having it. But it is a puzzle that might have an even better answer. What can I say, I'm still too curious. I have some ideas I'd like to try, I'll work on those in theory first with REW simulations. If I get something out of it I'll share.
Have I ever been this vague before?
(!) = right at the frequencies that get boosted by the cross talk cancelation. Like around 1850 Hz and 5500 Hz. I bet I can change that with a phase deviation like the shuffler did, but this time using a phase shift between the direct sound and the cancelation. There, that's less mysterious.
I did do some REW simulations but did not find a "better" solution. I did try a couple of things. With RePhase and REW I could quickly simulate it and compare to my current solution. In my head it worked way better .
So no cigar this time around.