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Jim Williams Meyer cp10 help
Old 17th September 2015
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Jim Williams Meyer cp10 help

I see that you know a lot about these, so I figured I'd ask you a few questions. I recently got some new monitors. They need a little low mid, and upper mid eqed out of them for my room. Everytime I put my Meyer sound eq in the chain regardless of whether the eq points are pushed in or not it makes the monitors lose transient response, and sound thin, and harsher/fatiguing. I thought the eq was supposed to be neutral. Is there something I'm missing? Any help would be appreciated. Thanks!

-Taylor
Old 17th September 2015
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For a neutral response they need a rebuild. The 5532 opamps are slow and dark sounding. The mono ceramic EQ caps are harsh sounding. I've rebuilt many for Bob Hodas and they are used all over the world.
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