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Posted: Mon Jan 31, 2005 8:37 am 
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The DMac wrote:
oh thought thought mids would be at about 200 to 800 or so


Generally
Highs > 3k
Midrange 700 - 3k
Midbass 700 - 100
Subbass <100htz

The span of good human hearing is 20htz - 20khz, althouiigh its arguable if people can hear much over 16khz. Around 20htz it is much more about feeling than sound.

Typical SPL burps are around 40 - 50htz and represent the most enhanced frequency's in most vehicles. Otherwise known as the vehicles resonent frequency.


Here is some mroe info.

http://www.behringer-download.com/FBQ62 ... _Rev_A.pdf

 

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Posted: Mon Jan 31, 2005 2:32 pm 
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pyroay wrote:
The DMac wrote:
oh thought thought mids would be at about 200 to 800 or so


Generally
Highs > 3k
Midrange 700 - 3k
Midbass 700 - 100
Subbass <100htz

The span of good human hearing is 20htz - 20khz, althouiigh its arguable if people can hear much over 16khz. Around 20htz it is much more about feeling than sound.

Typical SPL burps are around 40 - 50htz and represent the most enhanced frequency's in most vehicles. Otherwise known as the vehicles resonent frequency.


Here is some mroe info.

http://www.behringer-download.com/FBQ62 ... _Rev_A.pdf


That makes sense, thanks for that pyroay.
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