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Title: Yorkville E12 Processor Settings
Post by: Loren Jones on January 26, 2011, 07:18:48 pm
Anyone have any idea what EQ the Yorkville processor applies to these boxes run in passive mode.  I have the DSP available to implement plenty of EQ on them, but I was just looking for info on what Yorkville does with their own processor.  I couldn't find any info on their website or on searches of the LAB.

I guess I could just use my ears, but I don't always trust myself given lack of experience tuning systems.

Thanks,
Loren Jones
Title: Re: Yorkville E12 Processor Settings
Post by: Dave Rickard on January 27, 2011, 10:48:17 am
Anyone have any idea what EQ the Yorkville processor applies to these boxes run in passive mode.  I have the DSP available to implement plenty of EQ on them, but I was just looking for info on what Yorkville does with their own processor.

Some info here:

http://yorkville.com/downloads/manuals/omeliteprocessor.pdf
Title: Re: Yorkville E12 Processor Settings
Post by: Loren Jones on January 28, 2011, 07:18:32 pm
Thanks Dave,

That should have the info.  Sorry I was too dumb to find that myself.  Now one other question.  I don't see which processor would go with the E12 to know which curves from that PDF to replicate as a starting point.  None of them seem to be for the E12 based on their naming convention.

Thanks much,
Loren Jones
Title: Re: Yorkville E12 Processor Settings
Post by: Dave Rickard on January 28, 2011, 08:41:40 pm
Now one other question.  I don't see which processor would go with the E12 to know which curves from that PDF to replicate as a starting point.  None of them seem to be for the E12 based on their naming convention.

EP1215.
Title: Re: Yorkville E12 Processor Settings
Post by: Loren Jones on February 06, 2011, 08:26:38 am
Dave,

Thanks for the spoon feed.