I have a bunch of uncompleted articles, and now I decided to finish this one.
There is content both for the expert and the novice.
There is a lot about sound that has no simple or absolutely correct answer. The part on Target response curves exemplifies that, when you start to look in to it, you realize there is no one answer that fits all situations.
There are things I would like to improve.
I would like to show the simple and easy solutions in text boxes throughout the other content, to make it easier to get the big lines.
The content could be better organized, to be easier to read and follow. And I should go through everything to verify and update the content to ensure it is in compliance with how my current understanding of sound and acoustics is.
Of special relevance here at data-bass:
- There is some information about deep bass content in music
- Makes an attempt to explain why full-range reproduction improves sound quality
- Covers the basics for how to add a decent bass-system to your system
- Lots of nice pictures can never be wrong
Can reproduced music in your home actually sound better than live?
Based on the "How to set up a home-theater sound system" article, the basics for setting up a high quality 2-channel sound system for music is covered.
What equipment is needed, where to place speakers, and how to get the best sound.
And busting some of the audio myths that often prevents getting the best performance.
While some of the content may look very technical for some readers - with graphs and hertz and decibels - you can skip those parts, and still get a good introduction on how the experts work with their systems and learn what is important for sound.