Originally Posted by FOH
Actually, in the strictest sense, a graphic really has no place in home audio. It way too course below the transition frequency. And above the transition, one shouldn't typically EQ. A parametric EQ should be used down low and a combo of acoustic treatments, speaker design and placement should address problems above the transition frequency.
I've got several EQ's,...including 1/3 octave graphic, several parametrics. Parametric EQ's are essential for subwoofer adjustment in HT's.
Thanks for that.
It is built into the receiver.
I have attached a graph that has NO
eq at all.
The black response is both main speakers playing and the others are seperate (red is left, blue is right).
I have also included indvidual graphs on seperate images (both & left, right).
If anyone can tell there thoughts it would be appreciated.
The sound is absoluteley horrible, extremely dry, drony, honky etc. I wonder if they are out of phase?
Has Bill replied to any questions about the orientation of the mic?