Originally Posted by basshead81
All it takes is turning 2 dials and measure...can't hurt to try. When I set my subs up I tried every combination of placement, phase, delay known to man. That way I knew the setup I stuck with was the best and it eliminated the "what if".
Also being the null goes away when he sets the mains to small tells me the subs are infact out of phase with the mains. If it was room induced then the null should still be present.
I hear ya. I had a heck of a time getting my setup right. The frequency to phase curve was different between the mains and the subs. No matter what I did phase wise, I still had a null. The only thing that changed was the frequency of the null. I ended up having to set my mains at 80Hz. I still have a dip, but I think it may be the room. I have limited placement options. My MLP is in a sweet spot. If I stand up and move two to three feet forward, I hear NO bass at all... LOL
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