genes new eq numbers as instructed

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  1. gene avallon

    gene avallon Stunt Coordinator

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    Hz db

    12.5 87.5

    15 93.5

    17.5 100.5

    20 94.5

    22 90.5

    25 87

    28 87

    32 86

    36 83.5

    40 88.5

    45 91

    50 96.5

    56 95.5

    63 94.5

    71 91.5

    80 85.5

    90 90

    101 86

    113 89.5

    127 81.5
     
  2. gene avallon

    gene avallon Stunt Coordinator

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    I did some corrections on my own,lets see how I did,

    the one third octave looks good?

    Hz db

    20 97.5

    22 93.5

    25 93

    28 95

    32 91

    36 82.5

    40 88.5

    45 91

    50 87.5

    56 91.5

    63 87.5

    71 91.5

    80 87.5

    90 90

    101 88
     
  3. Troy_K

    Troy_K Stunt Coordinator

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    Gene,

    You really can't ask for any flatter response than that. Quite impressive. How do you like your "flat" response? Does it suit your taste, or is it just objective data that doesn't even sound right to you?

    I imagine you used an EQ to flatten out your peaks and valleys on the second set of data?

    Troy
     
  4. Nick P

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    I'm curious, what is the allowable +/- to be considered "flat". +/- 3db, 5, maybe 10? Only asking because I don't know. Looks like you've come a long way Gene. Congratulations!
     
  5. gene avallon

    gene avallon Stunt Coordinator

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    hey I did good

    thank you

    gene

    :b :b

    after I put in the corrections I noticed quite a difference for the better.ok wayne what marks do I get, any touch ups?

    I used an art 351.wayne what about this plus or minus db to be considered ok.
     
  6. Jason Wolters

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    What all are you using to conduct these tests?
     
  7. gene avallon

    gene avallon Stunt Coordinator

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    strykes test cd,video essentials,art 351 eq,shack sound meter.

    gene
     
  8. gene avallon

    gene avallon Stunt Coordinator

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    should I knock down the 97.5db at 20hz a little? I thought a little louder down there wouldnt hurt much.
    gene[​IMG]
     
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    Which sub are you testing?
     
  10. gene avallon

    gene avallon Stunt Coordinator

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    two 46 plus with art351
     
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    Nick,
     
  12. Nick P

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    Wayne,

    I know it's next to impossible to have a completely flat response but if one has a variance of as much as 10db is that still considered flat or is some EQing then needed. In Gene's case, which looks great Gene, he has an 11db swing from 22-36hz and then a 9.5db swing from 36-71hz. Since I'm new to the idea of EQing I'm just wondering if this is considered "flat".
     
  13. gene avallon

    gene avallon Stunt Coordinator

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    ok guys here we go.

    HZ db

    20 95.5

    22 92.5

    25 90

    28 93

    32 92

    36 88.5

    40 90.5

    45 90

    50 95.5

    56 92.5

    63 90.5

    71 91.5

    80 90.5

    90 91

    101 90

    I dont now but these look great that 36Hz null is smaller,yes? I like doing this.

    gene
     
  14. Keith Mickunas

    Keith Mickunas Cinematographer

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    Wow! Those are impressive. If I'm not mistaken that makes your's +-3.5dB. That ain't too shabby. How are the measurements below 20Hz? Hopefully someone with a better understanding of this stuff can explain your peaks at 50Hz and 20Hz with the dip at 36Hz. I'm guessing it has something to do with your room size.
     
  15. gene avallon

    gene avallon Stunt Coordinator

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    there just great below 20 but the art only goes to 20,and below that I cant hear it but I sure can feel it.the dips and peaks are getting better with each new setting. the two 46 plus have a lot to do with the nice readings im getting.I can leave the meter on one setting for the whole works,couldnet do that before.

    gene
     
  16. gene avallon

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    hey wayne people like what were doing,student and teacher

    gene
     

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