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4 hours ago, Kal Rubinson said:

There are times when two or more speakers are reproducing the same sound (based on recording/mix).  As a result, correcting speaker 1 to be independently optimal and speaker 2 also independently optimal does not assure that, when playing them simultaneously, they sum properly.  For example, if they were somewhat out of phase at a given frequency, they would slightly cancel each other.

 

There are a few systems that will test adjacent pairs together after initial per channel corrections.

I would think that this same potential problem exists with a passive speaker as well?  

 

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2 hours ago, Kal Rubinson said:

???? Sure.  Passive or active.

I should have elaborated a bit more. Is the scenario posed above where each loudspeaker is corrected individually using DSP unique to that scenario?

 

Wouldn't the same result be possible using a non-DSP based speaker?

 

if it is unique to that sceanrio can it be mitigated somehow?

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