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GLM and Notch-Filters: How to achieve an increase around 62 Hz

verstaerker, muokattu 1 Vuosi sitten.

GLM and Notch-Filters: How to achieve an increase around 62 Hz

Youngling Viestejä: 2 Liittymispäivä: 30.4.2021 Viimeisimmät viestit

Hi

i just got my 8350s and trying to calibrate them to my room and taste .

While the Autocal does overall a good job it seems to ignore a deep hole at 62 Hz ... to compensate i'd like to increase at 62 Hz with 3- 3.5 dB. But i can't 

How can i achieve that? 

pogo, muokattu 1 Vuosi sitten.

RE: GLM and Notch-Filters: How to achieve an increase around 62 Hz

Youngling Viestejä: 12 Liittymispäivä: 15.3.2021 Viimeisimmät viestit

GLM does not allow "upward" corrections, for it will impact dynamic range.

Besides, putting more energy into a null isn't going to magically fix it.

If you still want to, you're gonna have to resort to other options, such as Sonarworx or a MiniDSP.

janne-koo, muokattu 1 Vuosi sitten.

RE: GLM and Notch-Filters: How to achieve an increase around 62 Hz

Padawan Viestejä: 73 Liittymispäivä: 26.10.2015 Viimeisimmät viestit

A null is a black hole... Can't fixed it by throwing more Bels at it; Bad room cancellations can not be corrected with DSP. Move stuff around, improve the room otherwise - or live with it. A well-placed sub might work.

There are room/speaker placement calculators on the 'net, which may be of use. Here's just one random link to start with:
http://arqen.com/acoustics-101/speaker-placement-boundary-interference/