What are the multi-band frequencies on the Omnia 9

Updated 10 months ago by Bryan Jones

The Omnia 9 processor support up to seven bands of multi-band processing. The number of bands used is adjustable by the user, however, the crossover points and Q values are preset. Slopes used are very gentle.

For reference purposes only. Crossover points in each band are pre-set. Note that the first number is low pass, the last number is high pass, and the ranges in the middle are the band pass.

2-band:

  • Band 1 - 135 hz
  • Band 2 - 240 hz

 3-band:

  • Band 1 - 114 hz
  • Band 2 - 174-1290 hz
  • Band 3 - 2055 hz

 4-band:

  • Band 1 - 36 hz
  • Band 2 - 50-225 hz
  • Band 3 - 277-3600 hz
  • Band 4 - 5333 hz 

5-band:

  • Band 1 - 36 hz
  • Band 2 - 48-196 hz
  • Band 3 - 227-924 hz
  • Band 4 - 1068-4344 hz
  • Band 5 - 5496 hz

6-band:

  • Band 1 - 36 hz
  • Band 2 - 49-145 hz
  • Band 3 - 171-507 hz
  • Band 4 - 599-1775 hz
  • Band 5 - 2097-6212 hz
  • Band 6 - 8235 hz

 7-band:

  • Band 1 - 36 hz
  • Band 2 - 49-120 hz
  • Band 3 - 142-348 hz
  • Band 4 - 411-1010 hz
  • Band 5 - 1193-2928 hz
  • Band 6 - 3460-8492 hz
  • Band 7 - 11256 hz


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