Can you apply high-pass in your DAW?The only problem here is that using sub that reaches down to 20Hz in my apartment is 100% going to get me evicted, no matter what time of day or at what volume I use it at
Can you apply high-pass in your DAW?
Sound of combination of KH8+KH750 is coherent to ears of mine and my friends. Sound is really very different when you add SW to KH80. Do not judge KH80 alone.
For sure any system wide alterations of complex system may have unpredicted consequences, but it's much better than to get sub with compromised performance.A better solution is to apply an EQ in the UAD Console virtual out channel which is system wide, but I can't help but think this would alter the room correction curves in some way.
Are you sure that playing through your DAW is the same as playing through another player?I often reference other music while mixing and if the EQ was only in the DAW I'd have to import every reference track. Not a dealbreaker, but another hoop to jump through.
Are you sure that playing through your DAW is the same as playing through another player?
In case of real "reference" tracks any difference might have consequences.
It is hard to tell, but its DSP has possibility to set delay some ms for monitors comparing with SW (auto set by MA1) this should not be a big problem within a normal room distance.Thanks. That's what I was hoping to hear. What do you suppose is the maximum distance you can set the SW from the KH80s before you start to lose that effect?
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I don't have the hardware to test it with, but how is this different from the iPad app?[/QUOTE
I have KH80 and Ipad. The screen capture is exactly the same as mine running on Ipad.
Are you in the US? How can you get the Geithain RL906?
“The KH80 plus KH750 would be about $3,250 total over here”. In the US, the KH80 is around $1000 a pair and KH750 is $1650.
Go for a sub. No need though to get a "matching" sub as they all need to be matched to the subs according to the room. As a low budget sub look for the JBL LSR310 or a similar sized model by KRK (AFAIK member @fmessier6 got one recently) which has a high-pass for the sats.Update #2
I guess there's no way around the fact that a 5" woofer just can't move enough air to really reproduce those lower frequencies. I'm having trouble mixing my kicks and sub sounds and I'm wondering which would be more effective; do I go through the somewhat difficult task of setting up a sub with my Geithain RL906 (I won't be able to afford a matching Geithain subwoofer), or buy a pair of budget monitors with 7 or 8" woofers (Adam or JBL perhaps) to switch over to while mixing to check the lows?
Regarding this, my opinion isI'm wondering which would be more effective