Originally Posted by manugeorge
from your advises I realised there is no improvement by burn in.this is my speaker's frequency response.from 50hz to 90hz the sound is slight high.comparing with the lower range(below 50hzto 25hz) and the upper range(above 500hz to 1khz) is in the same line.If I arrange the equalizer properly will I get an overall balanced sound
If you actually measure your own room, you'll see that your actual room response is drastically different from what the graph showed. Your room needs an anechoic chamber and the response measured has to be highly smoothed in order for you to get that response.
No equalizer will get you responses that your speakers simply can't handle. You can place your subwoofer in a corner of the room and that will probably help with its extension a little bit.
Here's my speaker system's in room response from 20hz to 300hz in my semi treated room (as you can see, this is what a normal in room FR graph looks like):
In room FR is considered pretty good if you can get within +/-8 db.
Edited by moonboy403 - 11/11/10 at 9:54am