Question about Digi-Tech DOD-Digitech 231 - 31 Band Per Side Equalizer Home Equalizer
WHENEVER A CD IS BEING PLAYED I CANNOT HEAR CLEARLY THE LEAD SINGER, THE BACKUP SINGERS AND THE INSTRUMENTS ARE CLEAR.
If you have set the EQ curve to the typical "disco smile" ( where the curve looks like a smiling mouth) that everyone who is inexperienced seems to do, then you have turned down the midrange area. Human vocals appear between 200hz to about 5kHz. If the vocals are clear when the unit is in bypass mode, then you are not operating the eq properly. If they are not clear when the EQ is bypassed, you have another problem. The best way to run an EQ is to leave most of it flat across the entire range, at zero gain and CUT only the stuff that is annoying, or caused by your room or speaker limitations. Try this first, before assuming you have a hardware fault.
Posted on Nov 23, 2007
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