- Nov 6, 2018
That Tekton Ulfberht measured excellently after DSP! That speaker and NAD M33 (Purifi + Dirac!) is my dream combo for my future HiFi setup.
Everything measures good in a single point after heavy correction, even Klipsch! Here's an example of the uber-shit Klipsch RP-160M with no EQ, only manual EQ with Minidsp and then Audiolense;I like the speakers as well. I am going to lay low for a while I think given that I have to many of them already (Giya/Focal/Kef/Tannoy etc...) but those huge boxes are quite something indeed (and, relatively speaking, quite affordable). One must feel psychologically primed to be hammered when sitting in front of those beasts. And they seem to measure very well when DSPed as a bonus.
While audiophilestyle generally isn't my cup of tea, @mitchco remains an outstanding contributor there
As far as helpful contributions to the progression of home audio and being a example of how to conduct yourself online I can't think of many I respect more.While audiophilestyle generally isn't my cup of tea, @mitchco remains an outstanding contributor there
Excellent article! Thank you for taking the time @mitchco!
Everything measures good in a single point after heavy correction, even Klipsch! Here's an example of the uber-shit Klipsch RP-160M with no EQ, only manual EQ with Minidsp and then Audiolense;
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The question is, does this tell us much? All it takes for it to look good is a reverse filter of the measured response in the exact mic position.
In my opinion there's more to it than that, but no question that Audiolense can significantly improve on sound quality.
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Wait, Windows Vista has room correction?!?For the analysis side, one can see an example where in the bass, the dips are not completely filled in (it is not a complete reverse filter design, on purpose) and for the midrange and treble, the analysis sits very high in the comb filter and follows the envelope. This is based off of the excellent research JJ developed.
James (JJ) Johnston began the presentation with some basic acoustic and psychoacoustic issues regarding room correction. He described the acoustic characteristics of a room, then some of the problems. If you want to correct the room-speaker combination for good imaging and timbre, exactly what do you correct and how? Long-term or short-term frequency response, or some combination? What about interchannel matching?
Serge Smirnov then described how this room correction procedure is implemented in the Windows Vista operating system.