Am I a perfect candidate for a BFD?

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  1. cRaZe

    cRaZe 3rd world slummin

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    (behringer feedback destroyer a.k.a. parametriq EQ)

    here's my graph

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    all i'd have to do is lower everything up to 63 hz which is easy and then bump up that last 20'ish frequency's up to 80 ..

    i set 16 and 18 hz to 0 and everything past 80 to 0 because i didn't have any test tones lower than 20 and my crossover is at 80 . (i'm only paying attention to 20-80hz)
     
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    For a subwoofer IMO that's pretty flat. You dont seem to have the one big room null that most systems seem to have. Unless you dont think the system sounds good the way it is now, I'd just go without a BFD.

    Are those the raw measurement values from the RS meter?
     
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    cRaZe 3rd world slummin

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    its the "snapbug excel worksheet for frequency response with radio shack SPL corrections already built in"

    i just simply input my Db readings straight from the meter into the corresponding frequencys...

    yea thats what i was thinking too.. its pretty flat considering ...

    and one tiny little null .. very tiny.
     

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