- Feb 5, 2019
Yeh, have done something like this with a pair of 3-way speakers with LR4 crossovers.
I measured the acoustical phase of the speakers and then corrected it with a filter generated in RePhase (I only partially corrected the bottom end roll-off, though), then measured to confirm the filter had worked (which it had).
In that case, I thought I could hear a difference when I first implemented the filter, but then was not able to reliably discern a difference when informally ABX testing myself. I didn't try too hard though - perhaps with more work I could have got to the point of reliably detecting a difference. But if there was anything audible there, I decided it was so subtle as to be unimportant.
If you convolve the RePhase filter with a recording, you can ABX it against the original using Foobar.
Yes, that's what I did. To convert a few songs, I used convolver as an option of the Foobar2000 converting tool. I got two series of tracks: the original ones and the convolved ones. Then I tried to ABX with the Foobar ABX plugin.
I meant that I failed the tests!