How to Calculate Parametric Filters (PEQ) For Better Bass #shorts

This is a quick video on how to design your PEQ (Parametric EQ) filters to achieve better bass in your system. Yamaha has a 7 band PEQ filter scheme per channel, including the subwoofer. Once you identify the frequency you want to apply correction, you simply select that frequency (Fc) and calculate the Q with the following formula: (Q = Fc/BW where BW = f2-f1). For example if the center frequency is 25 Hz and the problem frequencies are between 20Hz and 30Hz, then you would select 25Hz for the frequency and a Q of 2.5. Then apply the amount of cut (- dB) you need to flatten the bass bump you measured in your system at the listening position. This is a teaser, if you guys want a more thorough explanation with examples, get those views up and give me some comments.

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