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…to the sub bass performance? I read somewhere that it adds a 1 feet delay. I’d like to clarify this, as there no mention of this in the users manual about a delay.

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Yes, it adds ~1 msec DSP processing delay, and so would account for about a foot in distance. If you add a foot to the distance you tell your receiver that your sub is away from your ears, it will compensate.

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Yes, it adds ~1 msec DSP processing delay, and so would account for about a foot in distance. If you add a foot to the distance you tell your receiver that your sub is away from your ears, it will compensate.

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Gotcha thanks bruek. I’ll just have to rework the mathematical side of it now.

Does this action only happen when filters are applied to FBQ2496 as well as Q and so on? Does the unit bypass the delay when (bypass mode)?
 

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The BFD doesn't, but the FBQ may if it has a true bypass. Wouldn't make much sense to use an equalizer in bypass, so I guess it's a moot point.....

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Morning brucek very late here at the moment!

Well thank you, for the information anyways I’ll experiment.
 
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