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Test Tone CD burnt. Now what?

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#1 of 1 OFFLINE   wooly



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Posted March 06 2011 - 01:47 PM

Excuse me if this sounds like I don't know what I'm doing because I don't. I have the radio shack SPL meter. I am able to adjust each speaker according to the test tones on the amp (Harman Kardon) but now I'm getting into it a little farther but that's where I need some help. I burn't a test tone CD with all the frequencies from 10hz up to 300hz. along with a pink noise generator. I know that somehow you use this to fine tune your system but I having a hard time understanding it because I'm not sure what I'm doing, What exactly is the purpose of a test tone cd and how does one achieve the end result so that my system is at it's best performance? Could someone give me some instructions as to what I should be doing in plain, not to tech language or direct me to a web site? This is new to me. I'm from the day when you had On, Off, tone and volume and that was it. Thanks

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