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How low a frequency can the BFD adjust?

Discussion in 'Home Theater Projects' started by Anthony*gw, Apr 8, 2004.

  1. Anthony*gw

    Anthony*gw Well-Known Member

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    Greetings everyone, i have got a shiva 140L sub tune to 18hz,but i am having some trouble with my room response.i am getting a dip at 18-20hz and i plays loud at around 26-28hz and i am getting dips also at 31-40hz,from reading alot of post on these boards a BFD could really help me out,but can the BFD target frequencies lower than 20hz?
     
  2. Allen Ross

    Allen Ross Well-Known Member

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    i believe that you can set a filter at 20hz and it has an effect on lower frequencies lower, but the peak will be on 20 hz.

    if you do some weird gain and loss where the loss takes the peak out of the 20 hz and shifts it to lower I think.
     
  3. ThomasW

    ThomasW Well-Known Member

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    The lowest filter setting is 20Hz but depending on how wide the filter is, there can be boost as low as ~5Hz.

    Here's a link to a review of the older 1100P. The only difference between it and the 1124P is 24bit processing

    http://www.snapbug.ws/brucekreviewofbfd.htm
     
  4. Anthony*gw

    Anthony*gw Well-Known Member

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    hey thanks for the info guys much appreciative
     

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