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Can you post a diagram of your room?Scott
As subject line implies, I recently obtained a pair of Emerald Physics 2.3s. The stock Behringer settings that came with the DCX 2496 sound horrible in my listening room so I tweaked the settings by ear and now have probably the best sound I've ever had in my rather odd shaped room. I have to think though that my created settings are far from optimum for these open baffle speakers and I would like to get them working at their best. Does anyone know the correct crossover points between the woofer and coax unit for these or some basic settings I should start from? (the stock ones with the behringer were extremely bass heavy and lacking imaging). My speakers are 4' from the back wall; the left speaker is 3-4 feet from a side wall and the right speaker is probably 16 feet from it's side wall (open den to the right causes the 'odd' shape I mentioned). Some would say to junk the Behringer as that is the weak link. I wish there was a decent passive crossover for this or a unit that would 'auto eq' to the room with a microphone but even then one would have to adjust the crossover points and slopes which I freely admit I am a newbie at trying to do. Any helpful suggestions appreciated.
I have all that information for Bi and Tri amp configurations that came from the manufacturer. I've got the DBX just sitting around collecting dust with everything you need. You are welcome to give it a try. I'm new to this site so I really don't know the do's and don'ts. If there's a way for you to private message me, perhaps we could make arrangements.BTW hello everyone!Charlie
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