Generally 80hz and above, unless you are willing to get serious big and bulky... and do a lot of experimenting.Exocer said:I was always under the impression that basstraps were more effective in frequencies an octave or two above the range of a subwoofers output.
You shouldn't need the one on the sub. You got up to 24 on the BFD, which I'd think you could do what you need to do with 12 filters or less.rcarlton said:If/when I get a BFD, do I turn off the parametric equalizer built in to the sub (only handles 1 peak) and use the BFD exclusively (seems like the right thing to do)? Or do I use them together?
Sonnie,Sonnie said:You shouldn't need the one on the sub. You got up to 24 on the BFD, which I'd think you could do what you need to do with 12 filters or less.
Are you still seeing little red x's?rcarlton said:It appears that I cannot download the newrs.cal file now. Also the images for the graphs are nice little red x's.