- Jul 23, 2019
If you take a look at my frequency response plots as a function of damping factor, they should provide enough detail to be able to equalise a test signal. This will enable a before/after switchover to be done while monitoring the signal. For example, take a pink noise source, and apply parametric equalisation at the required frequencies to it. It's then possible to have equalised and unequalised versions of the signal in a program such as Audacity. It would be possible to monitor the results on headphones/loudspeakers and see if one can hear any difference using an instantaneous switchover testing approach.The question is whether the magnitude of the frequency response changes are significant enough to be audible.