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Room mode/null

Alien

Active Member
What would it take, acoustic treatment wise anyway, to cure modes at around 38, 50, 96, and 106Hz? They aren't really terrible, the worst is @96Hz going 6dB above reference.
 

Flint

Dog Faced Pony Soldier
Superstar
The best way to improve bass performance is a corner trap, or two, or three. The improvement will be in both reduce mode/nulls as well as tighten up the overall bass performance in the time domain (dynamics).

You can also purchase or build tuned bass traps for specific frequencies to addres those modes, but it can be costly and.or time consuming.
 

Tom Vodhanel

New Member
If the treatment path doesn't get you all the way 'there' it might be worthwhile to add an inexpensive PEQ. Behringer has a couple really affordable models($100-$150).
 

PaulyT

Behind the Curtain
Staff member
Administrator
Moderator
Superstar
Welcome, Tom! We were wondering when/if you were going to start posting. ;)

:text-welcomeconfetti:
 

Zing

Retired Admin
Famous
Yeah, Tom, welcome! And don't be bashful. Feel free to start a thread and let us know what you've been up to and into.

Hope to see you around frequently.
 

milpool

Active Member
Tom Vodhanel said:
If the treatment path doesn't get you all the way 'there' it might be worthwhile to add an inexpensive PEQ. Behringer has a couple really affordable models($100-$150).
Welcome back! A PEQ is very useful indeed. I also like the idea of treating first. It addresses the issues at every listening position more effectively than filtering.
 

jamhead

Well-Known Member
Tom Vodhanel said:
If the treatment path doesn't get you all the way 'there' it might be worthwhile to add an inexpensive PEQ. Behringer has a couple really affordable models($100-$150).
Welcome Tom! Hope you're able to stick around.
 

yromj

Well-Known Member
Welcome aboard Tom!!! Certainly do let us know of any/all projects or hobbies you've been occupying your time with. If not here, then maybe in a certain cave in July?... :eusa-whistle:

John
 

Tom Vodhanel

New Member
Hi all,

Thank you for the warm welcome! One of the first forums I visisted recently was soundvision. Boy has that dried up. Anyway, after looking around a bit I noticed most of the regulars I enjoyed talking with headed over here...so...

I've been spending a lot of time on various hobbies. Old muscle cars, ATVs,enjoying film and theater,and of course...audio speaker and subwoofer design. Things are starting to get very busy around here but I've never been much for hyperbole and such so I'd rather not get into specifics just yet.
 
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