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Primitive steps for standard sound
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(I kindly ask to Do Not use this treat for selling purposes).

In this treat Just name the steps you have experienced to be standards for getting a good sound regardless of having you current system of simply imagine someone stole your sound system and now you try to do it again, I think it would be interesting to see how the new condition for sound reproduction going to turn out.
1-Anyone Please be honest and try to  classify your steps with numbers.
2- Make two different cases in the way you have like tight budget and in other you have everything in hand and reasonable budget.
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My ways
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Make two different cases in the way you have like tight budget and in other you have everything in hand and reasonable budget.

In my tight budget case it going to be a good in ear headphone using the largest dynamic driver if possible and SPL tuned for ear canal and it should have been tightly structured so it remains tunable for driver alignment. if any type of it matches then I would pay 300$ max to any claimed in ear phone . and just simply tackle all real world room sound producing.

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In other I would make a room build for and capable of handling near 25hz sound and reasonably large enough to avoid the room modes and in other hand capable of letting the low notes to be present and created. and the setup would be 2 channel stereo 

The money splits this way in this room : 70% for room design and acoustics 30% for custom system setup.
the system would start from 25hz and all way horned to 5khz
the bass should be horn shaped and customized to couple the room starting 25hz.
mid bass would be tuned horn below 100 hz
100-1khz would be the lowest Q and largest possible transducer
1k-5khz should be the same way
5k- 17k would be the fast textile transducer and not being horned if possible
amplifying would be class a with enough damping factor or tuned single ended
crossovering should be avoided
large wire for interconnecting , no telephone wire cable to be used 
all equipments grounded and work in phase.
the acoustic should finally be tuned to match the system.
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Romy the Cat


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Some different ways.
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1)    Identifying for myself what my expectations and criteria for beter sound reproduction. – 50% of efforts.
2)    Experiencing better sound reproduction and assessing of what works and what does not - 10% of efforts.
3)    Build/buy own playback and setting up - 10% of efforts.
4)    Understanding and interpreting own results, defining what might be done to improve sound - 30% of efforts

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More comments needed
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 Romy the Cat wrote:
1)    Identifying for myself what my expectations and criteria for beter sound reproduction. – 50% of efforts.
2)    Experiencing better sound reproduction and assessing of what works and what does not - 10% of efforts.
3)    Build/buy own playback and setting up - 10% of efforts.
4)    Understanding and interpreting own results, defining what might be done to improve sound - 30% of efforts

The Cat

Roman
So does it mean if you make another setup it turns out to be another macondo ?

I need more comments from anyone here so WE can summarize the best logic to get STANDARD sound .
So please everyone comment your standards here ...
The purpose is to find the common logic behind getting the good sound.

Thanks
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