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Today We’re setting up and reviewing the Sonarworks Reference 4 Studio Edition with Mic.
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The software included brings us through the following steps.
Step 1 Hardware setup:
We have this rather lovely Sonarworks microphone that has an ID on it. In the software we need to type in the ID to ensure flat frequency response and maximum precision.
Step 2 Room Evaluation:
Next, we need to hold the microphone pointing at the Speakers in the middle space between the left and right speakers from a normal distance away. This process tests the input gain and helps the user adjust it to the proper level.
Determine the distance between the speakers and measure the speaker distance.
And then locating the standard listening spot.
Step 3 Measurements:
For the measurements stage, you are given 2 tones to help you measure the sound of the speakers in the room. This stage is very thorough but gives you some great data to let you know if your speakers are positioned the best they can be in your studio.
This is pretty exciting when comparing the calibration profiles! You can really see the differences between the speakers.
When the correction function is enabled I am able to see exactly how the Sonarworks Reference 4 Studio Edition is going to balance the sound profile.
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