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post #30001 of 30007 Old 06-21-2017, 03:49 PM
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honestly I forget, went out and bought a minidsp and fv25 and just waiting to go thru hell again with rew
I feel your pain. Can't tell you what a relief it was to finish getting my FV18s configured with REW and a UMIK-1. Don't want to have to do that again very soon.
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my new fv25 ships on monday...so however long that takes
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I feel your pain. Can't tell you what a relief it was to finish getting my FV18s configured with REW and a UMIK-1. Don't want to have to do that again very soon.


Still can't figure out how to use REW.


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Not that this has anything to do with Rythmik - but for my Rythmik family I thought I’d post....

Got my 2 Micca M-8Cs setup today, wire run through ceiling/walls/etc. Excited to change amp config and rerun Audyssey. The top rear right speaker was super low - something not right. Audyssey tells me phase issue. I check the amp and AVR, all is fine. So I take the speaker down and there it is staring me in the face like an F on a test back in high school, black in red and red in black. I carefully take it down and as I am holding it with one hand and pushing down the wire clamps with the other, SNAP! The freakin’ connection board snapped on me. Completely ruined my night. Worked a good 3 hours today to run all those wires and set everything up only to have this. Only good news is that it’s a cheap $41 speaker and with Amazon Prime ill have another here on Sunday. It’ll be a quick install since the wire is already right there. But man what a downer!

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Still can't figure out how to use REW.
Check out Omnimic. REW can do so many things, but the learning curve is high for some. Omnimic is a very capable system that's easier to master for most.

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check out omnimic. Rew can do so many things, but the learning curve is high for some. Omnimic is a very capable system that's easier to master for most.
omnimic ??
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omnimic ??
It's $399.99
http://www.daytonaudio.com/index.php...nt-system.html

While Room EQ Wizard is free and easy to learn especially with the REW forum on here with the creator of the software.
Free help from others who know this FREE software well
Simplified REW Setup and Use (USB Mic & HDMI Connection) Including Measurement Techniques and How To Interpret Graphs
The mic is only $75 https://www.minidsp.com/products/aco...urement/umik-1

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