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SAM DSP question

folan, muokattu 8 Vuodet sitten.

SAM DSP question

Padawan Viestejä: 54 Liittymispäivä: 13.10.2014 Viimeisimmät viestit
I understand that DSP will not take care the nulls of my room. But, will it manage to correct all the peaks in the whole frequency spectrum? I mean not only in the bass region but in the mid and high region also?
ilkka-rissanen, muokattu 8 Vuodet sitten.

Re: SAM DSP question

Yoda Viestejä: 2564 Liittymispäivä: 23.3.2009 Viimeisimmät viestit

AutoCal will optimize your frequency response up to 2 kHz because that's the safe and wise limit. Above that there are too many variables which could affect the measured response and it isn't good practice to use high Q parametric filters there due to short wavelength of those frequencies. Shelving filters may be used there though.