How to use PINK NOISE

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  • 03-30-2005, 07:44 PM
    StageQ
    How to use PINK NOISE
    I've got an old Audiosource EQ-ONE ll with a built in pink noise generator and a mic.(No manual) I bought it from a friend years ago and never used the pink noise. He didn't know how to use it either. If someone could give me an idea how to use it or let me know if it's worth using, I would appreciate the help.

    Adcom GFA 545 (white)
    Adcom GTP 500 ll (white)
    Adcom GCD 575 (white)
    Klipsch Quartets (1 pair)
    Audiosource EQ-ONE ll
  • 03-31-2005, 11:20 AM
    Sir Terrence the Terrible
    Quote:

    Originally Posted by StageQ
    I've got an old Audiosource EQ-ONE ll with a built in pink noise generator and a mic.(No manual) I bought it from a friend years ago and never used the pink noise. He didn't know how to use it either. If someone could give me an idea how to use it or let me know if it's worth using, I would appreciate the help.

    Adcom GFA 545 (white)
    Adcom GTP 500 ll (white)
    Adcom GCD 575 (white)
    Klipsch Quartets (1 pair)
    Audiosource EQ-ONE ll

    It's not worth using. This was included with the eq to use along with the spectrum analyzer to (supposidly) correct room problems. Unfortunately 10 bands of eq, and 10 bands of spectrum analyzation won't "bust a grape in a wine factory" in terms of addressing room problems. 10 bands is hardly enough control, and resolution to even come close to fixing even the smaller problems.

    Don't bother.