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1029a calibration

ambrose, modified 12 Years ago.

1029a calibration

Youngling Posts: 1 Join Date: 5/27/10 Recent Posts

My first post here so go easy.

I need to use a pair of 1029a loudspeakers in a portable mix setup.

In your experience, were the most 'translateable' mixes achieved using the 'flat' setting, or the -2dB setting on the trebble.

Was the 1029a a 'bright' speaker which needs the -2db off the top?

I'm not too worried about the bottom end problems, as i won't be using a sub. If it makes any difference, i'll be in fairly small rooms, un-treated, perhaps with a back wall close by, and a monitor distance of not-very-far (1m max).

Thank you for your advice and any recommendations --