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Genelec 8260 and Trinnov ST

joerggermany, modified 8 Years ago.

Genelec 8260 and Trinnov ST

Padawan Posts: 36 Join Date: 12/23/13 Recent Posts
Dear all
good afternoon, this is Joerg writing from Germany. Since November i own a pair of 8260 DSP.
The build in DSP is OK, like Lyngdorf etc, but do not correct time and phase of the loudspeaker.
The IIR filter only correct the Amplitude.

Now i heard, the Trinnov Optimizer, used im many recording
Studios, made a good loudspeaker and a good room even better by using IIR and FIR Filters and optimizing the time/Impulse and Phase of the loudspeakers. What do you thing about combining Genelec 8260 with Trinnov?

Regards, Joerg