What are the best equalizer settings for car audio
What is equalizer really do? - EQ is designed to be used to optimize the sound of an audio system for the car or maybe room in which the audio is being played.Every room has its own unique "tone" or frequency in which things naturally vibrate,in this if it's for car it also depend to the sound speakers.EQ is used to level out these tones and allow for more accurate reproduction of sound.
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So, if you want to perfectly engineer and setup your sound to be just right and good, I have researched, tested, and tried everything on all sorts of equipment, with all varieties of music.
The Perfect Equalizer Setting
What really is the best Equalizer setting?
Well, this is what they mean:
- 32 Hz: This is the lowest frequency selection on the EQ.This sits in the lowest of low bass frequencies. This is where subwoofer information resides in songs (such as kick drums and bass instruments).A majority of speaker systems on the market can’t even reproduce this frequency – the only way you can hear this frequency is with a good dedicated amplifier with a high-quality subwoofer, or with some premium IEMs.
- 64 Hz: This second bass frequency starts to become audible on decent speakers or subwoofers. Again, mostly bass drums and bass instruments will reside in this region.
- 125 Hz: Many small speakers, such as in your laptop, can just about handle this frequency for bass information. In other words, if you turn it up on most systems, you’ll hear more bottom/bass in your mix.
- 250 Hz: This is still considered low-end, but more of the “woofy” sound of bass and drum sounds. Guitars and pianos will have a large amount of low end in this frequency range.
- 500 Hz: Now were approaching midrange frequencies, but still some of the low end of vocals and the mids of bass instruments sit here in a mix.
- 1K: This is now low midrange of most instruments such as guitars, pianos, snare drums, etc.
- 2K: The 2K frequency can boost or cut the “nasal” sound of your music, in the range your voice makes when you hold your nose and talk.
- 4K: 4K is the upper mid range that many electric guitars sit in, as well as a large portion of many instruments.
- 8K: This is getting into the high end, where the majority of cymbals and hi-hats are, as well as upper range of synths, pianos and guitars.Many vocals have a lot of information in this range.
- 16K: Theoretically, us humans can hear just above 20K, so this is true high end. If you crank this up, your songs will get ‘sizzly’.This is the top of high end on the iTunes equalizer.
For more understanding you can watch the video below