In Reply to: RE: A couple Promethius questions posted by EddieV on December 17, 2007 at 13:15:30:
when you use digital sources best is you go fully digital and convert to analog signal in the power- amp. This method keeps the signal untouched as long as possible and with the right software you can do all kind of corrections without reducing the quality of the signal. Before you use the digital correction features try to reduce the physical failures of your setup - you can digitally flatten a room resonance very easy but because the resonance physically still exists the echo of the resonance will still be there when you make a correction for the amplitude. When you are not shure how to make measurements for the digital room corrections i can give you some further advice per p.n.
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Topic - A couple Promethius questions - Paul Folbrecht 12:41:50 12/15/07 (7)
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