Just wanting to know a couple of things about the Bass - Middle - Treble EQs (on all settings - Amp, Output, Monitor, etc). Not the EFX EQs.
I'm curious if anyone else has done measurements on what the center frequency is for each band and their respective Q. Are the Qs broader for the output EQs (as I would assume) or the same like in the Amp section? And finally, if they are linear when summed.
I can find out really easily using a frequency analyzer, but was curious if anyone had the answer. For example, if you add 3.5dB of Treble at the amp stage, and then again at Output stage (I know it's global here), and both EQs share the same center frequency - like 5.5kHz, then you are adding a total of 7dB boost to 5.5kHz to that particular rig (and of course 3.5dB of 5.5kHz to ALL rigs).
It may seem innocuous, but this is important to know especially if you're using the Output EQ for home monitoring and looking to dial in a sweet spot using multiple monitors for recording/mixing, and for FOH and Monitor engineers playing live.
Thanks in advance,