mas Posted April 16, 2007 Share Posted April 16, 2007 Well you're never going to get it figured out trying to use any form of EQ...The problem is that the bass issues in your room exist in the time-domain (reflections and all of the standing waves and all of the superposition happen because the sound takes time to bounce around the room). An EQ is a frequency-domain device and does not correct time-domain issues.If you're interested, I can point you towards some time-domain solutions. If not, well I hope you enjoy beating your head against the wall  Nonsense! I can EQ my way out of any problem! In fact, this weekend I even used it to solve a problem with my grass. ...Now to go and use it to keep my cat from licking me on the nose while I am sleeping! But what you do not want to do is to check out the Interfacing a subwoofer with a full range system - or the Active Crossover article in the Technical section. Beyond that, you want to address the room modes... Quote Link to comment Share on other sites More sharing options...
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