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-1,5 db correction for SAM calibrated 8260 Woofer , how ?

ensoniq, modified 6 Years ago.

-1,5 db correction for SAM calibrated 8260 Woofer , how ?

Padawan Posts: 47 Join Date: 5/30/15 Recent Posts
Hello,

I auto-corrected the 8260s and I can see all EQ settings inside GLM2 , but I cannot figure out how to manual correct the woofers to another -1, 5 db ( still after the excellent automated room correction, its too "bassy" for my ears) .

Can I maually ajdust the global db - levels of the woofer , midrange or tweater after the automated room correction took place without destroying the room correction ?
ilkka-rissanen, modified 6 Years ago.

Re: -1,5 db correction for SAM calibrated 8260 Woofer , how

Yoda Posts: 2564 Join Date: 3/23/09 Recent Posts
Hello,

It is not possible to adjust each driver individually, level or frequency response. All adjustments are done for the whole monitor. You can easily adjust the bass level by applying a shelving filter (filters #1 and #2) at around 150 - 300 Hz. You can adjust the level with 0.1 dB precision. Remember to apply it for each individual monitor in the system.