Frequency Measurement Comparison of QSC SC1120 with Klipsch RF82 and Jamo D6 THX speakers.
QSC SC1120 in-room frequency response below
Klipsch RF82 in-room frequency response
Jamo D6 LCR THX in-room frequency response
Comparison measurements of QSC vs Klipsch vs a THX speaker
Does QSC SC1120 have a X Curve?
The most important purpose of the measurements was to ascertain if the QSC SC1120 has got a X Curve frequency response issue. For that reason different speakers were compared directly. Subsequently from the above graph it is evident that the screen channel QSC SC1120 speaker does not have any X-Curve issue. Accordingly it should be able to provide HF extension and fidelity.
Klipsch F82s have a particularly peaking HF response curve.
Jamo D6 THX have a more or less flat response down till 200 hz.
QSC SC1120 have particularly good response in 80 to 180 hz.
Methodology and Equipment used:
Firstly internal sound card of a normal HP laptop was used and calibrated with Room EQ Wizard software (REW). Besides a Audyssey microphone captured the sounds from a distance of 16 feet, while the total dimensions of room are 16ft x 25ft x 8ft (WxLxH). Although identical volumes were used for Klipsch and QSC the Jamo was boosted an additional 5db. Lastly the graph has 1/12 smoothing applied.
Credits: Buy Guru