EQ for better bass from Euro Live B215XL'S ?

  1. #1 by Andrew Manley on 01-05-2018
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    EQ for better bass from Euro Live B215XL'S ?

    Is it possible to use the dsp equalisation in the inuke 3000 to get a better bass response from the passive eurolive b215xl's ? Or would they simply not be able to reproduce the lower frequencies ?

    Looking at the frequency response they should be able to go down to around 55hz but in practise they seem to lack low bass. Long term I want to add a couple of subwoofers, but for lower volume gigs it would be handy if I could just bump up the low frequency a bit.

    If so - which frequencies and how much boost should I use to get a flat response from 50 hz upwards ? I take it I should filter out the range 40hz and below ?
  2. #2 by Anthony Floyd on 02-07-2018
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    - Andrew Manley wrote View Post
    Is it possible to use the dsp equalisation in the inuke 3000 to get a better bass response from the passive eurolive b215xl's ? Or would they simply not be able to reproduce the lower frequencies ?

    Looking at the frequency response they should be able to go down to around 55hz but in practise they seem to lack low bass. Long term I want to add a couple of subwoofers, but for lower volume gigs it would be handy if I could just bump up the low frequency a bit.

    If so - which frequencies and how much boost should I use to get a flat response from 50 hz upwards ? I take it I should filter out the range 40hz and below ?
    Andrew, I was were you are long ago. You want a sub. Even one 18" sub will make quite a difference. Just do it. You'll be happy you did. even on the lower volume gigs. Look into bi-amping.
  3. #3 by Robert Lofgren on 02-07-2018
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    Are we talking rock band or single songwriter setup?

    The speaker is underpowered unless you run a single speaker to the amp in bridged mode.

    Test adding some bass by putting a 6dB ‘haystack’ around 60-70Hz and watch out for any distortion.

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