Originally Posted by sdurani
Was just using it as an example of subwoofer optimization programs whose individual subwoofer delays don't match time alignment. When doing multi-sub, don't think in terms of time aligning individual subs to the listener but instead delaying them relative to each other (to get smoother bass response). After that step, you can think in terms of time aligning your entire subwoofer set-up. Even then, you could end up having to adjust the global delay of the subwoofer output to get a better blend with your speakers, so your entire subwoofer set-up might not end up time aligned at all (i.e., delayed based on distance to listener). Try to keep those two ideas separated in your mind: delaying individual subs relative to each other for smoother response vs time aligning the subwoofer signal based on distance to listener.
Really starting to feel like Alice, just going deeper in the rabbit hole.
Somtimes I miss the blissful ignorance of days past.... A crappy TV with a sound bar hahaha.
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