How do I measure the in-room stereo speaker response and correct the same? I guess I'm really asking for what manufacturers make equipment to do what I want. Thanks, JD II
I often wonder the same things.......................
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And you think your kind of work is tough?
There are three things that need to be measured and then manipulated; time, energy and frequency. This requires some sofisticated (read expensive) equipment, and knowledge of how to use it before positive results can be obtained. However, unless there are obviuose electro-acoustical issues with your speakers, typically room acoustics, including set-up, is where you should look to make the biggest imporvements towards quality sound.
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