Reggaefrequency response on EQualiser & speakers help please

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Reggaefrequency response on EQualiser & speakers help please

Postby jah_vaults » Mon Sep 18, 2017 11:29 pm

Can any soundmen help out Only Reggae will be played on back of The Graphic Equaliser it says

•Maximum Input Leve: +22dBm
•Output Impedance: <150Ω
•Signal/Noise Ratio: 94dB
•THD: <0.01%
•Frequency Response: 20~20KHz. ±0.5dB .

On the back of speakers which are 4 Ohm it says
•Impedance 4 Ohms
•Frequency20-20KHZ
•Sensitivity 89 DB.

Would these be compatible if somebody could help out please Just want to know a bit about this if the Speakers will be okay . There seems to be a decibel difference only if you compare but the Frequecy response seem to near enough match. Not sure what this is if some soundman can help please. Will the Speakers run ok with the Equaliser this is the main question without missing out frequencies etc if the speakers are not compatible
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Re: Reggaefrequency response on EQualiser & speakers help pl

Postby jb welda » Tue Sep 19, 2017 2:35 am

the db measurements quoted are for separate things: signal to noise ratio vs sensitivity. frequency response is typical 20 - 20k. hook it up and the speakers should sound fine. Certainly you will not be eliminating frequencies or anything like that. Bring volume up gradually to see what happens the first time but they will be fine.

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