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Originally Posted by Joe0Bloggs
That doesn't really work as long as you're using sine tones for your plotting. When the amplitude response for 1000Hz and, say, 1005Hz can differ by several dB, then it's little better than moving the graphic EQ at random if you think you can take the label frequencies of your graphic EQ, say 31, 62, 125, 250, 500, 1k, 2k, 4k, 8k, 16k and play sine tones at just those frequencies and adjust the graphic EQ sliders accordingly. Probably one of those things that gave EQ a bad name, really
Sure. But if the goal is to tame the major peaks on the sub, one can do it by hand with an SPL meter with measuring a little more discriminately. Every 5hz or so would tell you a lot. . And if someone wants sine wave test tones for individual hz from 10hz on up to 120hz, Home Theater Shack has them.
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