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What is considered a "good curve"?

erikwmp, modified 5 Years ago.

What is considered a "good curve"?

Youngling Posts: 7 Join Date: 1/25/17 Recent Posts
When calibrating your monitor system, what do you reckon is an acceptable result in terms of frequency response? Variations within a range of 10db? Within 5?
manutal, modified 5 Years ago.

Re: What is considered a "good curve"?

Jedi Knight Posts: 180 Join Date: 4/25/14 Recent Posts
It depends but you dont want to see any huge dips up or down. You want it to be as flat as possible, then its easy to apply different bumps or targetcurves.