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Title: Virtual EQ & IIR-FIR Filters
Post by: William Abel on March 17, 2014, 04:00:39 pm
Are "Virtual EQ & IIR/FIR Filters" a useful or a necessary part of system correction after measurement?

Thanks,
Bill 
Title: Re: Virtual EQ & IIR-FIR Filters
Post by: Jelmer de Jong on March 18, 2014, 08:38:02 am
I like to use actual eq and filters. They just work better.
Title: Re: Virtual EQ & IIR-FIR Filters
Post by: Uwe Riemer on March 18, 2014, 05:27:55 pm
Are "Virtual EQ & IIR/FIR Filters" a useful or a necessary part of system correction after measurement?

Thanks,
Bill

Are you talking about one feature of Systune Pro?
If so, then yes, I have started to use virtual EQ and IIR HP/LP to tune systems.
It helps to reduce the noise  :) .
One important thing: Make sure your real filters match the virtual ones.

Uwe

Title: Re: Virtual EQ & IIR-FIR Filters
Post by: William Abel on March 18, 2014, 06:20:17 pm
Are you talking about one feature of Systune Pro?
If so, then yes, I have started to use virtual EQ and IIR HP/LP to tune systems.
It helps to reduce the noise  :) .
One important thing: Make sure your real filters match the virtual ones.

Uwe

Yes, I'm talking about the Virtual filters in Systune Pro.

Bill