I've noticed several people talking about Headroom when discussing some aspects of the Bose. What exactly is the definition of Headroom?...in layman's terms if at all possible. I'm not a sound engineer, etc.
quote:Originally posted by StuartD:
Yes, I believe it does work for me. Thanks for the explanation.
Which leads me then to ask this: When someone states, for example, that there is not sufficient headroom, preventing the vocals from coming through, does that have to do with the part that, no matter how much louder you turn up the vocals (in the mix) they don't pop out the way they were expected to?
And would the solution then be to lower the overall volume to bring out the vocals more, and just deal with less overall volume as a result, etc?
Or are the vocals not coming through for some other reason (other than a volume thing) that could also be attributed to a lack of headroom...if that makes sense.
I'm not having headroom problems, by the way (that I'm aware of). My PAS is performing just fine for me. I'm just trying to learn some of this terminology.