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A question about cancellation and listening position

jonathan-s, modified 11 Years ago.

A question about cancellation and listening position

Youngling Posts: 22 Join Date: 5/2/09 Recent Posts
I've read your FAQ (and some other information as well) about placing speakers correctly and the effect of cancellation. I understand that cancellation frequency lowers the farther away from the back wall the speakers are, but how is the listening position affected? If I in my current room move back and forth, the bass changes. Is there a way to predict this change, so I more accurately can place my listening position when I've placed my speakers (or the other way around)?

I'd also like to know if your DSP systems can fix this problem, as I understand it cannot be EQ'd away? Will I face the same placement issues with your DSP range?

Thanks!