I just changed from the active CD comp curve to a passive set-up and of course had to reset all driver levels and redo the EQ. How do you do it?? You have a set routine?? Do you have a "house curve" you shot for???
This is what I do. I set all EQ's flat and set driver level with the active crossovers. I may move the crossovers slightly for best/flatest response at my primary listenning position. I then crop the peaks with the EQ. I try to get as flat as I can from say about 300 up to about 8 Khz. I have my own room problems I try do deal with as little EQ as I can do. The high end is slightly rolled off above 10Khz. The low end is up in the 25-30-40 with about +5db at 25 going as close to midrange ref. level as the room permits. I find myself comming back to this curve with a little tweek hear of there. Then its set and forget. I also look at the other listenning positions as a reference. I don't monkey with tone controls at all once I am happy with the room.
What do you guys do?? Any pointers?? Similar or different approach??