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I ve read the BFD Guide a few times (http://www.hometheatershack.com/forums/bfdguide) now and I now have my Behringer FBQ1000 set up correctly (as for wiring and input level). I will start to make measurements with REW this weekend and the first measurement I will make is a 'zero/reference' measurement with the FBQ1000 bypassed. After this the intersting thing will have to be done and that is the low freq. (subwoofer) calibration with the FBQ1000. The thing I m missing in the BFD Guide is HOW the fbq1000 actually works and how I will have to make adjustments. Is there a guide for this also somewhere? There are just too many buttons on the fbq1000 :)
 

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I ve read the BFD Guide a few times

The thing I m missing in the BFD Guide is HOW the fbq1000 actually works and how I will have to make adjustments.
That’s all covered on the second page of the Guide. Click the “Manual Measurements” link at the bottom of the page. :T

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I am splitting my sub output into the engine one and engine two inputs. The engine one goes to one of my subs and output from engine two goes to another sub at a different location. My question is does the left PEQ channel correspond to engine 1 and right PEQ channel correspiond the engine 2? I am trying to send independent filters to each. Also do both lights for L&R channels have to be on in the front panel for the channel to be active? It seems only one is on at a time when setting them independently. Of course the input/output light is on though.
 

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It is a bit confusing that the front is labeled left and right, and the rear connections are labeled one and two. Just feed a signal to one of the inputs and see which meter lights up on the front, and you’ll have your answer.


Also do both lights for L&R channels have to be on in the front panel for the channel to be active? It seems only one is on at a time when setting them independently.
There are all kinds of lights on the front of that equalizer. You’ll have to be more specific.

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Man!!! Ive been looking for that setup guide for what seems like months Wayne....but most likely weeks :)
Thanks.
Just finished your article "Gain Structure for Home Theater".
Thanks for that too.
 

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Try the one linked in my previous post.

Our tech support is working on fixing the that’s been on this site for years (linked below), but in the meantime the link still works if you go into your User CP -> Options and change the Forum skin to “Classic.”

http://www.hometheatershack.com/forums/bfdguide/

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