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Re: Submit your EQ Curves

Permanent link to this post Posted by steve » Tue Nov 08, 2016 3:31 pm

Congratulations :P
That looks about right.

For completeness, it might be nice if you included a non-inverted version. Also, perhaps tidy those empty lines near the bottom and indent the tags with tabs like the EQDefaultCurves.xml file? (Ooh I'm so fussy :D )

Thanks for posting it agkdflç.
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Re: Submit your EQ Curves

Permanent link to this post Posted by agkdflç » Tue Nov 08, 2016 4:53 pm

steve wrote:Congratulations :P
That looks about right.

For completeness, it might be nice if you included a non-inverted version. Also, perhaps tidy those empty lines near the bottom and indent the tags with tabs like the EQDefaultCurves.xml file? (Ooh I'm so fussy :D )

Thanks for posting it agkdflç.



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 <equalizationeffect>
   <curve name="ITU-R 468 noise weighting 12.2dB at 6300">
    <point f="31.5" d="-29.9" />
    <point f="63" d="-23.9" />
    <point f="100" d="-19.8" />
    <point f="200" d="-13.8" />
    <point f="400" d="-7.8" />
    <point f="800" d="-1.9" />
    <point f="1000" d="0" />
    <point f="2000" d="5.6" />
    <point f="3150" d="9" />
    <point f="4000" d="10.5" />
    <point f="5000" d="11.7" />
    <point f="6300" d="12.2" />
    <point f="7100" d="12" />
    <point f="8000" d="11.4" />
    <point f="9000" d="10.1" />
    <point f="10000" d="8.1" />
    <point f="12500" d="0" />
    <point f="14000" d="-5.3" />
    <point f="16000" d="-11.7" />
    <point f="20000" d="-22.2" />
   </curve>
  </equalizationeffect>


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 <equalizationeffect>
   <curve name="ITU-R 468 noise weighting 0dB at 6300">
    <point f="31.5" d="-42.1" />
    <point f="63" d="-36.1" />
    <point f="100" d="-32" />
    <point f="200" d="-26" />
    <point f="400" d="-20" />
    <point f="800" d="-14.1" />
    <point f="1000" d="-12.2" />
    <point f="2000" d="-6.6" />
    <point f="3150" d="-3.2" />
    <point f="4000" d="-1.7" />
    <point f="5000" d="-0.5" />
    <point f="6300" d="0" />
    <point f="7100" d="-0.199999999999999" />
    <point f="8000" d="-0.799999999999999" />
    <point f="9000" d="-2.1" />
    <point f="10000" d="-4.1" />
    <point f="12500" d="-12.2" />
    <point f="14000" d="-17.5" />
    <point f="16000" d="-23.9" />
    <point f="20000" d="-34.4" />
   </curve>
  </equalizationeffect>


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 <equalizationeffect>
   <curve name="ITU-R 468 noise weighting - inverted -12.2dB at 6300">
    <point f="31.5" d="29.9" />
    <point f="63" d="23.9" />
    <point f="100" d="19.8" />
    <point f="200" d="13.8" />
    <point f="400" d="7.8" />
    <point f="800" d="1.9" />
    <point f="1000" d="0" />
    <point f="2000" d="-5.6" />
    <point f="3150" d="-9" />
    <point f="4000" d="-10.5" />
    <point f="5000" d="-11.7" />
    <point f="6300" d="-12.2" />
    <point f="7100" d="-12" />
    <point f="8000" d="-11.4" />
    <point f="9000" d="-10.1" />
    <point f="10000" d="-8.1" />
    <point f="12500" d="0" />
    <point f="14000" d="5.3" />
    <point f="16000" d="11.7" />
    <point f="20000" d="22.2" />
   </curve>
  </equalizationeffect>


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 <equalizationeffect>
   <curve name="ITU-R 468 noise weighting - inverted 0dB">
    <point f="31.5" d="0" />
    <point f="63" d="-6" />
    <point f="100" d="-10.1" />
    <point f="200" d="-16.1" />
    <point f="400" d="-22.1" />
    <point f="800" d="-28" />
    <point f="1000" d="-29.9" />
    <point f="2000" d="-35.5" />
    <point f="3150" d="-38.9" />
    <point f="4000" d="-40.4" />
    <point f="5000" d="-41.6" />
    <point f="6300" d="-42.1" />
    <point f="7100" d="-41.9" />
    <point f="8000" d="-41.3" />
    <point f="9000" d="-40" />
    <point f="10000" d="-38" />
    <point f="12500" d="-29.9" />
    <point f="14000" d="-24.6" />
    <point f="16000" d="-18.2" />
    <point f="20000" d="-7.7" />
   </curve>
</equalizationeffect>
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Re: Submit your EQ Curves

Permanent link to this post Posted by steve » Tue Nov 08, 2016 5:30 pm

Nice set of curves.

I presume you're having a laugh with "-0.199999999999999" ;)
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Re: Submit your EQ Curves

Permanent link to this post Posted by agkdflç » Tue Nov 08, 2016 6:14 pm

steve wrote:Nice set of curves.

I presume you're having a laugh with "-0.199999999999999" ;)


I have no clue how this happened. It's what LibreOffice Calc calculated. strange
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Re: Submit your EQ Curves

Permanent link to this post Posted by fellegis » Tue Dec 06, 2016 12:22 pm

Phon curve, normalised to 6 db
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<equalizationeffect>
   <curve name="Phon curve">
      <point f="20.000" d="0.000"/>
      <point f="26.000" d="-0.703"/>
      <point f="31.500" d="-1.432"/>
      <point f="42.000" d="-1.946"/>
      <point f="52.500" d="-2.486"/>
      <point f="63.000" d="-3.000"/>
      <point f="84.000" d="-3.432"/>
      <point f="105.000" d="-3.865"/>
      <point f="125.000" d="-4.189"/>
      <point f="166.000" d="-4.514"/>
      <point f="207.000" d="-4.730"/>
      <point f="250.000" d="-4.973"/>
      <point f="333.000" d="-5.162"/>
      <point f="416.000" d="-5.324"/>
      <point f="500.000" d="-5.459"/>
      <point f="667.000" d="-5.486"/>
      <point f="834.000" d="-5.621"/>
      <point f="1000.000" d="-5.514"/>
      <point f="1333.000" d="-5.243"/>
      <point f="1666.000" d="-5.000"/>
      <point f="2000.000" d="-5.459"/>
      <point f="2667.000" d="-5.811"/>
      <point f="3334.000" d="-6.000"/>
      <point f="4000.000" d="-5.756"/>
      <point f="5333.000" d="-5.378"/>
      <point f="6666.000" d="-4.622"/>
      <point f="8000.000" d="-3.892"/>
      <point f="10666.000" d="-3.891"/>
      <point f="13332.000" d="-4.838"/>
      <point f="20000.000" d="-6.000"/>
   </curve>
</equalizationeffect>
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Re: Submit your EQ Curves

Permanent link to this post Posted by pennyroyaltea94 » Tue Sep 12, 2017 3:55 am

whomper wrote:cant edit the discussion page so
here are some ideas

cant be many preset eq curves of value
RIAA maybe some 78s
after that they are all really custom
say for your room and speakers

maybe a set of fletcher munson curves by SPL
sort of a more customisable "loudness" as was noted

if you want some standard eqs then look at realtek
they have 4 standard ones :
pop live club rock
pick the settings off their picture and convert to coded values

and they have fx processing (dont think you can copy those though):
bathroom sewerpipe auditorium arena stonecorridor

but if you have realtek you can pick them from realtek already


I know the original poster was banned , but yeah how do I copy the realtek stuff?

Their POP , LIVE , and ROCK always sounds good.
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