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Originally Posted by tvuong View Post
Since JT mentioned the damping effects, can someone explain to me again how low damping setting has more output than hi and how low damping can have more 'full body' sound than hi based on my graph of the three damping settings in my room? My graph shows Hi damping setting rolls off at 10hz where as lo damping at 15hz (big different for bass to be felt, hint: should be more 'full body' sound with hi damping). Above 15hz, all three settings has identical response.
Note: each graph was measured after each Audessey recal with Aud on and DynEQ off.
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Audyssey is throwing things off, since it is applying variable EQ. Measure again without Audyssey.


Low damping has a steeper filter slope, which cuts power-intensive low frequencies more aggressively for more headroom and adds a bit of ringing (smear).


"Full body" can be a nice way to describe ringing or sometimes distortion. Generally, neither ringing nor distortion are considered desirable, but some people prefer them, because it sounds louder and fuller.
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