I’m getting tons of sub bass that isn’t in the original amp (5150 III) before and after refining. Not using any pedals in front, just the straight amp into a Suhr Reactive Load IR. I have to use an EQ to high pass everything up to 120hz or above to even get it in the ball park, then it has no balls. Did a recent update change accuracy? I listen to profiles i made before that didn’t have any problems like this. (I’ve owned it since 2015, profiled many amps and Yes, I factory reset all the settings etc etc). There is definitely something going on, I’ve seen many reports on other forums of extra sub bass being added. I thought maybe it was a problem for the Kemper using the reactive load box/IR so I miced up the amp and the same thing. I’ve profiled this amp before so they definitely changed something in the low end accuracy with the profiling process. I saw CK mentioned it doesn’t matter because it gets filtered anyway in a mix...well I don’t want Kemper making mixing choices for me, High passing a guitar that drastically to cut out the extra subs (a lot extra) causes phase issues and nueters the sound. What’s going on here??
I have a treated room and top of the line Adam A77x monitors, it’s not my monitoring or my set up. Running analog out into a Lynx Hilo convertor. It’s not “mic placement” because it happens on both the IR and the mic’ed version, plus even if it was, the extra sub bass would show up on the reference amp as well.