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ProtectYaNeck36
post Aug 15 2002, 08:47
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i was wondering if anyone has any eq presets for shibatch that they have compiled of adaptations from audio editing applications (eg sound forge, cool edit) or presets catering to their own needs?
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post Aug 18 2002, 21:59
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QUOTE
Originally posted by daniel
he's right.


Which one ?

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Originally posted by Gecko
What about analog equpiment? Especially the filters ("Frequenzweiche" in German, couldn't find a suitable translation) in your speakers which divide the spektrum for the respective drivers. Do they introduce time smearing or have other negative influence on the audio?


Yes, they strongly affect the phase. Up to 90.

To avoid this, one must use bi-amplification.
It consists in using special speakers with filters that can be bypassed, and using active filters instead, that are between the source and the amplis, like an equalizer. There is one ampli for the boomer, one for the tweeter, and they are directly plugged into them without speaker filters.
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- ProtectYaNeck36   shibatch eq...   Aug 15 2002, 08:47
- - Joe Bloggs   I have one--it's tailored for improving the FR of ...   Aug 15 2002, 10:09
- - Messer   QUOTE Originally posted by Joe Bloggs BTW, have y...   Aug 15 2002, 12:36
- - Pio2001   Argh ! That transient discussion in the second lin...   Aug 15 2002, 13:04
- - Pio2001   Okay, forget my last sentence, it's completely wro...   Aug 15 2002, 13:12
- - KikeG   A cople of comments: - First, I have have had som...   Aug 16 2002, 03:47
- - Joe Bloggs   QUOTE From http://shibatch.sourceforge.net/ An ac...   Aug 16 2002, 07:02
- - Pio2001   QUOTE Originally posted by KikeG Shibatch SuperEQ...   Aug 16 2002, 11:12
- - KikeG   Joe: From SuperEQ included dsp_supereq.txt file:...   Aug 16 2002, 19:53
- - Pio2001   Using a steep cutoff, there is much time smearing,...   Aug 16 2002, 20:26
- - KikeG   I'd say this is due to SoundForge implementation. ...   Aug 16 2002, 20:55
- - Joe Bloggs   I thought you said that pre-ringing is not audible...   Aug 18 2002, 04:58
- - DSPguru   QUOTE Originally posted by Joe Bloggs IIR filters...   Aug 18 2002, 05:36
- - KikeG   QUOTE Originally posted by Joe Bloggs I thought K...   Aug 18 2002, 12:17
- - Joe Bloggs   Um, what's LTI? Hmm... but can't you say that FIR...   Aug 18 2002, 12:52
- - daniel   QUOTE being more insensitive to phase the higher t...   Aug 18 2002, 13:45
- - Joe Bloggs   QUOTE Originally posted by daniel he's right. Hm...   Aug 18 2002, 17:32
- - Gecko   What about analog equpiment? Especially the filter...   Aug 18 2002, 17:54
- - daniel   QUOTE Do they introduce time smearing or have othe...   Aug 18 2002, 20:54
- - Sachankara   QUOTE Originally posted by Gecko [b] ("Frequenzwei...   Aug 18 2002, 21:16
- - Pio2001   QUOTE Originally posted by daniel he's right. Wh...   Aug 18 2002, 21:59
- - KikeG   QUOTE Originally posted by Joe Bloggs Um, what's ...   Aug 19 2002, 00:01
- - gft   Actually, I have the same question as the original...   Aug 19 2002, 06:33
- - Joe Bloggs   to gft: Why don't you just press 'up' 3 times to r...   Aug 19 2002, 07:00
- - daniel   QUOTE To avoid this, one must use bi-amplification...   Aug 19 2002, 13:08
- - KikeG   I just measured some real world cd players pre-rin...   Sep 12 2002, 00:19
- - Joe Bloggs   ... and what would be your estimate of the amount ...   Sep 12 2002, 08:01


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