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Reccomend some settings for this room?

mtstudiet, modified 10 Years ago.

Reccomend some settings for this room?

Youngling Posts: 3 Join Date: 7/1/12 Recent Posts
Here are a picture of my setup:


And here a sketch of my apartment:



This is a compromise, because I have promised not to do any room treatment until we get something bigger, where I can have a room to myself. I find it difficult still, to hear the problems, nut I know there are some. It sound a bit like the right one, is emphasized somehow. I don't really hear any bass issues, but then again I haven't hear them WITH treatment.

I was hoping some settings on the speaker could help.

:?:
Any thoughts?
ilkka-rissanen, modified 10 Years ago.

Re: Reccomend some settings for this room?

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

Since the right speaker is closer to the cornet, the bass and low mid gets emphasized more. You should try different room eq settings for them, for example -4 dB bass tilt for left and -6 dB bass tilt for right.