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A question for DEQX owners ?
« on: September 09, 2022, 08:12:49 PM »
There are some privileged people who now own Klippel Near Field Scanners (NFS) which is quite an expensive bit of test measurement kit and which can cost up to $100,000 depending on options. Having said that, this device can do a near field scan of a loudspeaker which is just a fancy way of accurately measuring the frequency response of a speaker without using an an-echoic chamber.. But the downside is that it can take anywhere from 12 to 16 hours (according to a recent factory tour of the Magico facility) or more to acquire all of the data and that is the price you pay for not having access to an an-echoic chamber. This begs the question as to what DEQX are actually measuring and what have they been telling people they have been measuring all of this time when they stick a microphone in front of a speaker and do a 5 second sweep and then claim to apply an inverse convolution filter to fix up both amplitude and phase issues ? The correction is only as good as the measurement right ? What is it that they are measuring and what is it they are correcting ? Does anybody know ?
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