B&K Ref 50 room correction vs. Pioneer MCACC

Discussion in 'Archived Threads 2001-2004' started by Colin Banfield, Oct 15, 2002.

  1. Colin Banfield

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    Does anyone know how these room correction systems are similar/different?

    Which provides the more flexible options?

    Colin
     
  2. Matt Jesty

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    I'm not going to make it easier, but here is some insight...
    Pioneer is automatic ,but can be manually overridden (although I can't remember if all the adjustments can be configured manually or not). The manual over-ride is important ,IMHO, because we may want to focus our correction needs to a differant area than the Pioneer's processor seems to want...The B&K is entirely manual which, though not as easy, seems to suit many of the people who like to KNOW what's being done just fine.It allows someone to "notch-out" the problem area of their choice.....
     

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