|Originally Posted by cme|
How does that work, practically? You use one set of filters for one sub, a second set for the second sub. But then when you play them together, now adjust both sets of filters at once?
And that's easier than feeding both subs through one set of filters? I certainly believe you, it just feels like I'm missing the 'how' part of it.
|I know i've asked this before but I dont think anyone had a clear answer.|
I currently have one sub which I've eqed with a BFD. If I were to add another sub, how would I eq the two together?
Eq each sub one at a time or eq both subs running simutaneously?
|dollarman, you'd certainly want to EQ your subs with the mains - I'm still trying to understand where in the chronology this step takes place.|
|Originally Posted by Wayne A. Pflughaupt|
I would think youâ€™d want to adjust a variable phase control before EQing, but since Iâ€™ve never used one Iâ€™ll defer to Terryâ€™s judgement (assuming he has ).
|Originally Posted by Bulldogger|
http://www.audioholics.com/news/pres...1DSPsystem.php Velodyne SMS-1 designed to work with any sub. What about this?
|Originally Posted by noah katz|
"Otherwise, you may end up trying to boost a frequency which is simply a phase cancellation between mains and subs. "
It would seem that EQ'ing two subs with one EQ channel could really help here if only one sub has the null when measured from the listening position.
|"The idea is to get uniform volume for both across their entire operating range within a dB or so, and in most rooms this will be a challenge."|
Do you mean uniform volume from each when measured alone or from both running?