While I’m still waiting for my friend to drop off CopyCAT-67 card so I can do the EQ without having to switch the CP65 to bypass and removing the EQ module twice every minute, since last night and must have walked back and two from the living to bedroom some hundred times? It was tiresome and my
right foot is still aching LOL.
Yes sound calibrating and hard sometimes.
This afternoon I decided to remove the pc from the bedroom along with monitor keyboard and mouse and do it while seated and its been a bit comfortable, but still got remove the EQ module every few minutes.
I’ve placed the Behringer ECM8000 up close to each LF and HF and gone though the 27 bands and applied a few extra ones on DCX249 so far on the HF only a few bands where they’re needed. I’ve aimed for flat response and a lot of juggling with the bands up and down and up and down while checking with the sine wave (rather than pink noise) I’ll check it over again with pink noise once I have the CopCAT-67.
A quick listen to some region 2, DIE HARD 2: DIE HARDER (1990) 6track Dolby Stereo, chapter 18, phones are ringing and singing sweetly centre only carries cigarette-lighter, dialogue what sounds like fax machine or maybe computer that likes to bleep? Going back to the cigarette-lighter its click is heard on stage right just its centred on the screen and when it moves out of the frame its heard again as top is flipped back over on stage right.
Chapter 12 McClane hears a radio bleeping on stage left as he approaches the dead terrorist rolls the body over then removes the walkie-talkie just as some static hash is heard stage left then as its moved to centre of screen the static hash is heard again nicely without too much of jump or drop in the timber balance.
I like the way the score has whoosh on stage right as Barns looks at the radio.No. This scramble mode must activate on this code panel. Even if we scan their frequency, we can’t listen in. These guys are pros.
I’ll run a REW frequency sweep in jiffy, to see what its like close up on each stage channel LF and HF but for now its quit firm and solid sounding not hard core or anything just smooth and easy to listen too. I purposely plaed a -6db crossover filter on the HF after listening to chapter 5, Capt. Carmine Lorenzo (Dennis Franz) was just a bit top end in my face or ears, as I haven’t yet began to start to roll off the HF to X-Curve I simply applied -6db equally over LCR HF down to 2.3KHz the very top, top end (the highs or syllabant sounds still make it though) might be a bit shallow around 16KHz but for now its good better than it was last night.
Short video that I played back on the same JBL 12SR centre only as the video is mono. I can still little parts of the room that needs some more treatment as well as carpet tiles!http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=XhvNd...ature=youtu.be
Small easy to correct 3db difference between 4KHz and 6KHz I knew there would be tiny snag around this, range and the rest is not far off, just little bit more patience of a few hours to correct the HF and get it all sorted.
Red is centre
Green is Left
Purple is Right