Uneven bass response: Some frequencies are much louder than others.
Bass impact is all-mighty and all-important in films and music. Problem is that bass waves are long, and when they are the same length as the room, they build up into very obvious sound peaks with slow decay at some very specific frequencies. The sound gets muddy and even if it loud, it lacks in punch.
Grimani Systems Solution:
We believe in clean and even bass, so we take a number of steps to make sure it is as good as it can be. For our CinemaOne and CinemaTwo systems, we begin by designing the room to produce the smoothest distribution of bass standing wave resonances, and placing the seats at locations that are away from resonance peaks and dips. Then, we supply bass control acoustical modules to tame those pesky resonances. We continue by placing four subwoofers in strategic locations around the room to counteract the standing wave construct. Finally, we tune the subwoofers with high-precision processing in the frequency and time domains to smooth out any remaining peaks and dips. Once our 5-step process is complete, the bass is smooth, powerful, and consistent at every seat. We call this technology BKC (Butt Kickage Continuum).