- Jul 23, 2019
There are also distant sounding recordings that will not benefit from such a dip, being made to sound even more distant. It would seem that a wide built-in dip such as this one, about 2dB in magnitude centered on 2kHz and covering two octaves, isn't really going to help things from an accuracy perspective. Application of a parametric equaliser would allow a user to adjust the sound to suit each recording if so desired. This speaker's approach doesn't have that flexibility. Shouldn't a loudspeaker try and be more faithful to the original source, rather than introducing a somewhat wide tonal imbalance?That kind of dip is quite popular in many designs and it's beneficial for many forward sounding records.