Bass reproduction that has a noticeable peak in the midbass or upper bass region.
Characterized by pronounced exaggeration of the midbass and, often, dominance of a narrow range of bass frequencies. ("One-note bass.")
Usually refers to excessive bass response, or a peak in the bass response of a recording, playback or sound reinforcement system.
Excessive bass around 125 Hz. Poorly damped low frequencies or low-frequency resonances.
Bass reproduction in which certain notes are exaggerated or prolonged by one or more resonances. See Resonance
The smearing of transients that makes bass reproduction sound muddled.
A listening term that refers to excessive and/or sloppy bass reproduction.
Listening term, refers to an excessive bass response that has a peak(s) in it.