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Re: DBX Driverack PA - opinions?
« Reply #10 on: September 02, 2004, 02:19:00 pm »

Oh yeah, consult you speaker's manufacturer for correct time alignment settings, if it's the EAW LA325 its .90
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Re: DBX Driverack PA - opinions?
« Reply #11 on: September 02, 2004, 02:39:10 pm »

Todd Wilcox wrote on Thu, 02 September 2004 10:06

Without an RTA or SMAART, it's hard to get any good use out of the graphic EQ or delay settings unless you REALLY know what you're doing and I frankly just don't have the tricks to figure out to to align subs by ear.


I'll agree with the part of this statement that reads, "Without ... Smaart, it's hard to get any good use out of the delay settings."

The parametric and graphic EQs work EXACTLY the way you'd expect them to work on any other analog (or digital) unit.  If you can't tweak a graphic EQ by ear, then I don't know what to tell you.

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Re: DBX Driverack PA - opinions?
« Reply #12 on: September 02, 2004, 04:06:37 pm »

Andy Peters wrote on Thu, 02 September 2004 13:39

Todd Wilcox wrote on Thu, 02 September 2004 10:06

Without an RTA or SMAART, it's hard to get any good use out of the graphic EQ or delay settings unless you REALLY know what you're doing and I frankly just don't have the tricks to figure out to to align subs by ear.


I'll agree with the part of this statement that reads, "Without ... Smaart, it's hard to get any good use out of the delay settings."

The parametric and graphic EQs work EXACTLY the way you'd expect them to work on any other analog (or digital) unit.  If you can't tweak a graphic EQ by ear, then I don't know what to tell you.

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Well, you obviously have a browser, download the settings from the speaker manufacturer or call & get them. Remember: you are a resourceful person and gosh darnit, people like you.
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