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Old 31st December 2005, 10:39 PM   #1
brucemck2 is offline brucemck2  United States
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Default DEQ2496 latency

Integrating a DEQ2496 as a subwoofer EQ and want to properly integrate it into my system (it's in the chain after the receiver) ... two questions ...

(1) what's the latency / delay of the unit?

(2) what would that correspond to in terms of "feet" ... so that I can adjust the receiver's setting for relative distances of the speakers to account for the extra time delay in the Behringer?

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Old 5th January 2006, 01:56 PM   #2
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The delay is in the order of about 1ms or so (depending on what you're doing internally), that's bout 34.5cm or 1' 1.5"

problem I have is the EQ only goes down to 20Hz, my sub plays below this, but needs a little EQ around 16-18Hz. Unit is good for ADC + EQ
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Old 5th January 2006, 08:56 PM   #3
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problem I have is the EQ only goes down to 20Hz, my sub plays below this, but needs a little EQ around 16-18Hz. Unit is good for ADC + EQ

around 16-18Hz
How can you know? RTA stops @ 20Hz.

Why not shift the sub arround the room to get the <20Hz correct.
And then do the > 20Hz with the DEQ.

Still i wonder, how can you tell if it's correct.

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Old 8th January 2006, 05:28 AM   #4
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Hi Seoman

I use SpectraRTA software on a PC to measure RTA down to 10Hz.

and this is in the car, not the lounge, so moving the sub around is a bit awkward

seasons greeting too

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