AdministratorJanuary 17, 2022 at 4:33 am
@livinloudwithandy with home theater I use almost exclusively the DSP built into the room correction software. I still do some basic changes, such as increasing the subwoofer output and might make some basic frequency changes. Typically nothing crazy.
For my subwoofers, I use my omnimic and measure them at the seating area. I also check my results in winISD so I have a good idea of what I want to use for a high pass. By doing that, I can make sure to protect my drivers. I almost always put a fourth order high pass, typically centered around 20 HZ. For the low pass I usually send her that between 80 and 120 HZ. A ’80 HZ I have less of a chance of voices coming through. I’ll do a fourth order on that as well. Then I’ll make some basic DSP adjustments to get a fairly linear response. Although I must admit, sometimes I like a little bass boost in the 50 hertz range.