I just bought a pair of MS16 to occasionally watch movies in my office. For this kind of usage, I did not want to spend more than their price (40€). The sound is and considering the costs I think the speakers even have exceptional value. Still, their frequency response sounds far from flat and I think good equalization could give them a large boost. But for that I need data. The professional Behringers come with FR plots, but not this model. Can anyone help?
Of course, the FR curve at an actual listening position differs considerably from an anechoic chamber measurement. However, on average the correction of a low quality speaker according to its anechoic room measurement should be better than uncorrected, even if you make things worse for some ranges.
PS I just got confirmation, that I can borrow a ECM-8000 microphone in a week, so that I can record an impulse response with that. What would I have to do to with that file to get the inverse filter after feeding it into a convoluter?
...so that I can record an impulse response with that. What would I have to do to with that file to get the inverse filter after feeding it into a convoluter?