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Left and Right Speaker EQ 4 years 7 months ago #29152

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Most EQ systems I've used seem to calculate EQ based on both speakers running at the same time.
I'm wondering if it would be beneficial to measure each speaker separately and apply EQ independently to each?
I've measured the speakers and sub 100hz the traces look similar, but between 100 and 300Hz one speaker is very approx 5 decibels quieter than the other. Above this they meet up again, see screen shot below:-



Any ideas if this could be helped by eq-ing the speakers separately, or am I making things too complicated for no benefit?

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Peter
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Left and Right Speaker EQ 4 years 7 months ago #29197

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@ Peter,

Just to clarify, when you mean "calculate EQ based on both speakers running together", can you please tell us which software would recommend this? It seems quite odd..

Running the measurement on each speaker would be our recommendation. A lot of great app note on the topic. :-)
www.minidsp.com/applications/acoustic-me...speaker-measurements
www.minidsp.com/applications/acoustic-me...coustic-measurements

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