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55537

Re: Behringer DEQ1024

That is interesting, too. The specs don't include 88.2. When you change the incoming sampling rate, do you need to make some manual adjustment to the DEQ1024?
mike44402903
5:43 PM
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55536

Re: Behringer DEQ1024

I noticed that unlike the older DEQ1024, the DEQ2496 does accept 88.2 kHz sampling. On Mon, Aug 3, 2015 at 3:36 PM, mike@... [regsaudioforum]
Tom Mallin
2:45 PM
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55535

Re: Behringer DEQ1024

This does look interesting. It's not clear if it can be used in the digital domain but presented with various sample rates? That would happen, e.g., if
mike44402903
1:36 PM
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55534

Re: General principles

Thanks for the information. I figured this must exist but I do not "do phones". All you need is a test CD, and off to the audio store. (if there are any left
regtas43
12:48 PM
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55533

Behringer DEQ1024

From the description, this seems much simpler to use and seems to be higher rated by users than the DEQ2496 that I once owned. It has the advantage of having
Tom Mallin
12:24 PM
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55532

Re: General principles

On my iPhone I have the Audio Tools app. Included in the basic $19.95 app purchase price is a a fairly flexible RTA calibrated to your phone's internal
Tom Mallin
11:34 AM
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55531

Re: General principles

PS In spite of my impassioned plea for individuality, it seems to be a reasonably uniform fact that people do not in the long run like really irregular
regtas43
10:49 AM
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55530

Re: General principles

This I surely agree with. This is where concert listening comes in, too. One should know what one is looking for in advance. I am always very skeptical of the
regtas43
10:13 AM
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55529

Re: Lyngdorf TDAI-2170

P.P.S: A picture of the KLH Model 12s in the corners arrangement is attached. Again, the Sonex sheets used are 2 feet by 4 feet, four inches thick. In this
    Tom Mallin
    8:58 AM
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    55528

    Re: General principles

    This is a really good list. You can't go wrong following this no matter what kind of music is your favorite. I would add, however, that unless your favorite
    Tom Mallin
    8:27 AM
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    55527

    Re: General principles

    I would like to add a caution to Robert's list. There is often a difference between one's initial reaction to a particular sound and one's long term opinion.
    tonycdk
    7:48 AM
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    55526

    Personal preferences

    I sometimes give TM a hard time about one thing and another, but I have a huge sympathy for his liking of the old ARs. Of course they are in some sense
    regtas43
    Aug 2
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    55525

    Re: What do you really want

    The thing is that very few recordings actually record the literal space of the original venue. Indeed, this is not really possible with stereo though (shuffled
    regtas43
    Aug 2
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    55524

    Re: What do you really want

    I am surely an admirer of Gradient, but this situation is not entirely simple. I myself tend to like speakers that radiate not too much out into the room(or to
    regtas43
    Aug 2
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    55523

    General principles

    What to look for in an audio system REG’s suggestions 1 Ignore everyone else as far as what you want to hear. Other people can be useful sources of
    regtas43
    Aug 2
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