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    Soundstage VS Imaging, masukannya ya...

    Bro2 sekalian...gw pernah liat di kontes sq ada boil yg nilai soundstagenya bagus dan imagingnya mentok kalah ma boil yg imagingnya bobrok tp bisa dpt nilai soundstage bagus. Yg jadi pertanyaan sy koq bisa boil yg center imagenya berantakan bisa dapet kesan panggung yg bagus??? Mohon pencerahannya.

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    soung stge tu suara vokal ditenggah khan yah (gampangnnya) klo imaging tuh deep..? salah ngak gw,.,.?

    kyknya klo secara deep...mungkin yah..

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    Kalo soundstage tu lebar,tinggi,kedaleman panggung. Sedangkan Imaging tu lima posisi panggung,l-lr-C-rc-r.
    Maksud sy apa bisa kita dengerin tata panggung dan tonal balance yg bener jika imagingnya berantakan, center imagenya gak ditgh dashboard tp didepan penumpang?
    Kalo center imagenya meleset dikit2 sih ya msh bisa diterima geto, tp kalo melesetnya lbh dr 20 cm apa panggungnya msh bener?
    Saran2nya ya bro.

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    Quote Originally Posted by pukyek
    Kalo soundstage tu lebar,tinggi,kedaleman panggung. Sedangkan Imaging tu lima posisi panggung,l-lr-C-rc-r.
    Maksud sy apa bisa kita dengerin tata panggung dan tonal balance yg bener jika imagingnya berantakan, center imagenya gak ditgh dashboard tp didepan penumpang?
    Kalo center imagenya meleset dikit2 sih ya msh bisa diterima geto, tp kalo melesetnya lbh dr 20 cm apa panggungnya msh bener?
    Saran2nya ya bro.
    Wow pertanyaanya Expert bgt kliatanya hehehehe.....

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    Nah ini good question tp dah dijawab sendiri jd bingung :smt020

    Soundstage also refers to the depth and richness of an audio recording (usually referring to the playback process). According to audiophiles, the quality of the playback is very much dependent on how one is able to pick out different instruments, voices, vocal parts, etc. exactly where they are located on an imaginary 2D or 3D field. This can enhance not only the listener's involvement in the recording but also their overall perception of the stage.

    Imaging is the audio jargon term used for that aspect of sound recording and reproduction concerning spatial locations of the performers, both laterally and in depth. An image is 'good' if the performers can be effortlessly located; 'bad' if there is no hope of doing so. A well-made stereo recording, properly reproduced, can provide good imaging within the front quadrant; a well-made Ambisonic recording, properly reproduced, can offer good imaging all around the listener and even including height information.

    For many listeners, good imaging adds markedly to the pleasure of reproduced music. One may speculate that this is due to the evolutionary importance to humans of knowing where sounds are coming from, and that imaging may therefore be more important than some purely esthetic considerations in satisfying the listener. Listeners do exist who have difficulty paying attention to the musical content of a recording if the imaging is not good.

    The quality of the imaging arriving at the listener's ear depends on numerous factors, of which the most important is the original "miking", that is, the choice and arrangement of the recording microphones (where "choice" refers here not to the brands chosen, but to the size and shape of the microphone diaphragms, and "arrangement" refers to microphone placement and orientation relative to other microphones). This is partly because miking simply affects imaging more than any other factor, and because, if the miking spoils the imaging, nothing later in the chain can recover it.

    If miking is done well, then quality of imaging can be used to evaluate components in the record/playback chain (remembering that once the imaging is destroyed, it cannot be recovered).

    It is worth noting that only a handful of recordings are miked for optimal imaging, and what usually passes for stereo, while being two-channel recording, is not true stereo because the imaging information is incoherent.

    Imaging is usually thought of in the context of recording with two or more channels, though single-channel recording may convey depth information convincingly, and at least one expert thinks it can convey information about lateral placement, also.

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    Quote Originally Posted by vincentius
    Nah ini good question tp dah dijawab sendiri jd bingung :smt020

    Soundstage also refers to the depth and richness of an audio recording (usually referring to the playback process). According to audiophiles, the quality of the playback is very much dependent on how one is able to pick out different instruments, voices, vocal parts, etc. exactly where they are located on an imaginary 2D or 3D field. This can enhance not only the listener's involvement in the recording but also their overall perception of the stage.

    Imaging is the audio jargon term used for that aspect of sound recording and reproduction concerning spatial locations of the performers, both laterally and in depth. An image is 'good' if the performers can be effortlessly located; 'bad' if there is no hope of doing so. A well-made stereo recording, properly reproduced, can provide good imaging within the front quadrant; a well-made Ambisonic recording, properly reproduced, can offer good imaging all around the listener and even including height information.

    For many listeners, good imaging adds markedly to the pleasure of reproduced music. One may speculate that this is due to the evolutionary importance to humans of knowing where sounds are coming from, and that imaging may therefore be more important than some purely esthetic considerations in satisfying the listener. Listeners do exist who have difficulty paying attention to the musical content of a recording if the imaging is not good.

    The quality of the imaging arriving at the listener's ear depends on numerous factors, of which the most important is the original "miking", that is, the choice and arrangement of the recording microphones (where "choice" refers here not to the brands chosen, but to the size and shape of the microphone diaphragms, and "arrangement" refers to microphone placement and orientation relative to other microphones). This is partly because miking simply affects imaging more than any other factor, and because, if the miking spoils the imaging, nothing later in the chain can recover it.

    If miking is done well, then quality of imaging can be used to evaluate components in the record/playback chain (remembering that once the imaging is destroyed, it cannot be recovered).

    It is worth noting that only a handful of recordings are miked for optimal imaging, and what usually passes for stereo, while being two-channel recording, is not true stereo because the imaging information is incoherent.

    Imaging is usually thought of in the context of recording with two or more channels, though single-channel recording may convey depth information convincingly, and at least one expert thinks it can convey information about lateral placement, also.
    Sip bos...thank you...btw bisa bantu apa yang bro pukyek tanyakan...?? thank you

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    Quote Originally Posted by vincentius
    Nah ini good question tp dah dijawab sendiri jd bingung :smt020

    Soundstage also refers to the depth and richness of an audio recording (usually referring to the playback process). According to audiophiles, the quality of the playback is very much dependent on how one is able to pick out different instruments, voices, vocal parts, etc. exactly where they are located on an imaginary 2D or 3D field. This can enhance not only the listener's involvement in the recording but also their overall perception of the stage.

    Imaging is the audio jargon term used for that aspect of sound recording and reproduction concerning spatial locations of the performers, both laterally and in depth. An image is 'good' if the performers can be effortlessly located; 'bad' if there is no hope of doing so. A well-made stereo recording, properly reproduced, can provide good imaging within the front quadrant; a well-made Ambisonic recording, properly reproduced, can offer good imaging all around the listener and even including height information.

    For many listeners, good imaging adds markedly to the pleasure of reproduced music. One may speculate that this is due to the evolutionary importance to humans of knowing where sounds are coming from, and that imaging may therefore be more important than some purely esthetic considerations in satisfying the listener. Listeners do exist who have difficulty paying attention to the musical content of a recording if the imaging is not good.

    The quality of the imaging arriving at the listener's ear depends on numerous factors, of which the most important is the original "miking", that is, the choice and arrangement of the recording microphones (where "choice" refers here not to the brands chosen, but to the size and shape of the microphone diaphragms, and "arrangement" refers to microphone placement and orientation relative to other microphones). This is partly because miking simply affects imaging more than any other factor, and because, if the miking spoils the imaging, nothing later in the chain can recover it.

    If miking is done well, then quality of imaging can be used to evaluate components in the record/playback chain (remembering that once the imaging is destroyed, it cannot be recovered).

    It is worth noting that only a handful of recordings are miked for optimal imaging, and what usually passes for stereo, while being two-channel recording, is not true stereo because the imaging information is incoherent.

    Imaging is usually thought of in the context of recording with two or more channels, though single-channel recording may convey depth information convincingly, and at least one expert thinks it can convey information about lateral placement, also.
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