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I dont know why I am bothering with this REW. I seem to just be finding more and more problems trying to run these subs. Im about ready to just order a set of headphones.
This is my first waterfall and it looks like a mound of cow poop. I take it from what I have read on REW 101 v3.9 that this is from the sound waves reflecting too much?
Don't get discouraged Red!!

First of all, is the noise floor in your room really 45db? That's a bit low in my experience...should be more like 50-55db. Do you know how to measure your noise floor?

Did you calibrate your SPL before measuring (with a handheld SPL meter), or are you using a UMIK-1 with the sensitivity factor in the cal file? It looks like you're measuring at almost 100db (if your mic's SPL is calibrated)...that's a bit too high for meaningful waterfall graphs. Try to measure around 85db instead and it will look much better.

Your waterfall window should go out to 450ms, not the 399 you have it set to. It will look better at 450ms.

Keep up the good work!!
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I spoke with Tom earlier this morning and I pulled the trigger. I bought the XS30se! Excited is quite an understatement.

What should be my expectations, coming from a Dayton 1200 in a ~1500 cu-ft room?
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I spoke with Tom earlier this morning and I pulled the trigger. I bought the XS30se! Excited is quite an understatement.

What should be my expectations, coming from a Dayton 1200 in a ~1500 cu-ft room?
I'd say "O...M...F'in...G!!" might come close to your initial reaction.*


*After proper setup, of course.
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I need to set up a return with Tom so I can get an XS30SE.
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I spoke with Tom earlier this morning and I pulled the trigger. I bought the XS30se! Excited is quite an understatement.

What should be my expectations, coming from a Dayton 1200 in a ~1500 cu-ft room?
Congrats! That should pummel your room a good bit I would think I am waiting on my XS30se as well and am looking forward to see how it does
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What are you upgrading from?

I feel like a little kid right now. My wife kept telling me to stop smiling so much... yeah, right!
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I spoke with Tom earlier this morning and I pulled the trigger. I bought the XS30se! Excited is quite an understatement.

What should be my expectations, coming from a Dayton 1200 in a ~1500 cu-ft room?
Tracking info should already be in your inbox Cesar. Be sure to keep me in the loop once it arrives if you bump into any setup or calibration questions.

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I dont know why I am bothering with this REW. I seem to just be finding more and more problems trying to run these subs. Im about ready to just order a set of headphones.
This is my first waterfall and it looks like a mound of cow poop. I take it from what I have read on REW 101 v3.9 that this is from the sound waves reflecting too much?
For best advice please measure each subwoofer by itself, then both combined. Also, if you haven't please post a quick sketch of the room layout including any openings into the room, the speaker and subwoofer positioning, as well as the seating. Thanks.

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Ok so 3-4 days without looking at this thread and I'm like, 5 pages late.

Not sure if everything is resolved from last week-end but I don't think I've seen an answer to this one:

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I really wasn't sure how to do the house curve in REW so i just did it in the minidsp plugin, is this the correct way? I am open to suggestions.

It's better to use the "low-shelf" filter type in MiniDSP to introduce the house curve I think:



Although this will boost the low end for all frequencies below the filter's cut off and is not recommended if your low-end is already severely boosted (e.g. running the sub very hot), especially in the case of a vented sub. You don't want to nullify the protection filter

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What are you upgrading from?

I feel like a little kid right now. My wife kept telling me to stop smiling so much... yeah, right!
I am currently subwooferless. I used to have a Paradigm Servo 15, so I am expecting quite a big jump. That being said, this is going in my family room (which is over 7000 cubic feet) paired with a Yamaha and Emotiva front end pushing Von Schweikert speakers, so I am under no impressions that the XS30se will pressurize the room. I just want some better sound for movie nights without a huge box taking up space
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I am currently subwooferless. I used to have a Paradigm Servo 15, so I am expecting quite a big jump. That being said, this is going in my family room (which is over 7000 cubic feet) paired with a Yamaha and Emotiva front end pushing Von Schweikert speakers, so I am under no impressions that the XS30se will pressurize the room. I just want some better sound for movie nights without a huge box taking up space
Sounds like a tall task expecting a single lonely XS30se to pressurize a room over 7,000 cu ft. I hope you are placing this subwoofer close to the MLP.

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I am currently subwooferless. I used to have a Paradigm Servo 15, so I am expecting quite a big jump. That being said, this is going in my family room (which is over 7000 cubic feet) paired with a Yamaha and Emotiva front end pushing Von Schweikert speakers, so I am under no impressions that the XS30se will pressurize the room. I just want some better sound for movie nights without a huge box taking up space
Sounds like a tall task expecting a single lonely XS30se to pressurize a room over 7,000 cu ft. I hope you are placing this subwoofer close to the MLP.
As I said I am under no impressions that it will pressurize the room. Not doing more than one sub to to location issues and certainly not using one as an end table. If the sound isn't "good enough" I might try a subm or something of that nature, but I am no bass head...I just want a little more oomph than my Von towers can provide
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I spoke with Tom earlier this morning and I pulled the trigger. I bought the XS30se! Excited is quite an understatement.

What should be my expectations, coming from a Dayton 1200 in a ~1500 cu-ft room?


You might want to put on a depends before firing up the XS30se for the first time... you are going to ****!
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Lowell,

Completely disregard my comments earlier about phase...I just realized you have an X4000 which has XT32 with SubEQ HT. You shouldn't have to adjust phase at all because your AVR will adjust the individual distance on your subs. Leave both subs set to "0" phase.

You're graph with "both same" looks great. If your crossover is set at 80hz, you look like a candidate for the sub distance tweak. Have you tried it yet? It should help a lot with that big dip at 80hz. What speakers were active during that measurement??


I have tried the sub distance tweak a couple times. Adjusted my sub distances from about 6 feet to 26 feet. With or without any other speakers going, I still had that big dip until I set the phase on opposite sides. But again, that caused me the loss of impact.

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I have tried the sub distance tweak a couple times. Adjusted my sub distances from about 6 feet to 26 feet. With or without any other speakers going, I still had that big dip until I set the phase on opposite sides. But again, that caused me the loss of impact.
If you have two subs the first part of the tweak is to just change the value of one subs distance relative to the other until you get the smoothest response from the subs (only graphing the subs). If one sub is set at 10ft and the other at 15ft, you keep changing one if the subs distance by a foot or so (up or down) until you get the best response. Once this is done, you then change the distance setting of both subs in unison (up or down) 1ft at a time until you get the smoothest graph with the subs and center (or mains). Based in some if your comments about the sub distance tweak I am not sure you were doing it correctly.
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Rocket fish wireless sub kit

I know this sounds bad, but I bought a rocket fish wireless sub kit today, so I could move my martin logan abyis , and this thing really works well, so what I am saying is for $51 you can make any sub wireless.
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I know this sounds bad, but I bought a rocket fish wireless sub kit today, so I could move my martin logan abyis , and this thing really works well, so what I am saying is for $51 you can make any sub wireless.
Why does that sound bad? I know basshead81 was using them too and had nothing but good things to say about them.
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If you have two subs the first part of the tweak is to just change the value of one subs distance relative to the other until you get the smoothest response from the subs (only graphing the subs). If one sub is set at 10ft and the other at 15ft, you keep changing one if the subs distance by a foot or so (up or down) until you get the best response. Once this is done, you then change the distance setting of both subs in unison (up or down) 1ft at a time until you get the smoothest graph with the subs and center (or mains). Based in some if your comments about the sub distance tweak I am not sure you were doing it correctly.
It could be, there is always a little undocumented nuance to everything said in here. I haven't tried one at a time, it was always both together. I will say every time I measure with our without the CC, the graph never changed.

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For best advice please measure each subwoofer by itself, then both combined. Also, if you haven't please post a quick sketch of the room layout including any openings into the room, the speaker and subwoofer positioning, as well as the seating. Thanks.

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Tom, Its a open family room in a 1900 SQ FT house. If I shut every door that I can, then I estimate the cubic foot of 6500-7000.
Family room with facing kitchen is 28 feet deep, with a 15 foot wide family room. But opens to dinning room, stairs, upstairs walkway, open entry.
There is a sliding patio door on the left side, but I have fake leather curtians over the glass.
Banboo flooring on post and beam with large rug in the family room.
MLP is average 10-11 feet from subs and towers.
Sub 1 is left side of front wall - 3 feet from left corner wall and 10 inches from front wall.
Sub 2 is on the right wall - 3 feet from right front corner wall, and 6 inches from right wall.

I have also notice the subs drop off rapid after about 19 Hz and by 16 Hz has fizzled out. So I take it that there is no room gain?

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I know this sounds bad, but I bought a rocket fish wireless sub kit today, so I could move my martin logan abyis , and this thing really works well, so what I am saying is for $51 you can make any sub wireless.
I used to have this kit and can attest to it's great performance.
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^^ click on umik-1 on minidsp site and toward the middle of the page, enter your mic serial number (700-xxxx) where xxxx is your umik serial number and click down load. Once it's downloaded, copy the very first line there and paste it to the very top of your umik 90 degree narrow band cal file, then save. It should look like this:
"Sens Factor =-6.876dB, SERNO: 700xxxx"
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I would raise your xover to at least 80hz and let your subs handle the low as sub does a much better job than your speakers regardless. Setting your speakers xover at 40 might cause phase cancellation with your sub if your speakers are close to the sub. Perhaps that is your problem where your speakers are trying to play the same frequency (40hz and up) with your subs but out of phase with each other loosing the voice clarity as there is dip and null in your FR.
Am I missing something here, when I download the calibration file and look at the calibration file the sensitivity factor is already listed in the first line.
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I used to have this kit and can attest to it's great performance.
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Am I missing something here, when I download the calibration file and look at the calibration file the sensitivity factor is already listed in the first line.
If you bought the umik-1 from cross spectrum, it does not have the sense factor. where did you get yours? If from cross spectrum, use its calibration file (more accurate and allows you to measure at lower frequency) and add just the sense factor line (the first line) you down loaded from minidsp.
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Anyone have a clue how long it takes to get a Triax delivered after ordering?
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If you bought the umik-1 from cross spectrum, it does not have the sense factor. where did you get yours? If from cross spectrum, use its calibration file (more accurate and allows you to measure at lower frequency) and add just the sense factor line (the first line) you down loaded from minidsp.
Oh okay. I got mine from PSA.
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Anyone have a clue how long it takes to get a Triax delivered after ordering?
Did you get a shipping notice yet?

Mine have been sitting in Minneapolis for the last 2 days!!
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Here's what Tom said in the Official Triax Thread on 12/12:

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T-18s begin shipping again today. Couple pictures.

We do productions runs of six...

1) 24,000 watts programmed, tested and waiting.

2) Eighteen 18" drivers bench checked, waiting

Tracking info will be going out between 4 and 6pm(when RL Carriers pops in).

Thanks to all for all the patience shown during our back order situation.

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Okay, the REW bug has bitten me and now that I have my subs in about the best spot I can find I've started taking measurements from positions all around the MLP. What I've discovered is that if I were to move my MLP forward 24 inches my bass smooths right out from 20Hz to 80Hz with little more than 5dB variation in the graph and that's with Audyssey off. I'm pretty sure with some tweaking that would get better. But if I were to move the seating forward the room would look kind of odd. So the age old question of form vs. function arises.

On another note now that the subs are repositioned I have to say the room sounds very much better. I had definitely been losing out on some very important LFE with the old positioning. I still need to get the minidsp to tweak some things but already things are much improved. There's still work to do but as Basshead said a few days ago, with REW I'm no longer wondering "what if"?

Thanks once again to one and all who helped me out.
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Did you get a shipping notice yet?

Mine have been sitting in Minneapolis for the last 2 days!!
I'm sorry to hear you are still having to wait Alan. What's the hold up in Minneapolis? I'm assuming weather?
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Mine have been sitting in Minneapolis for the last 2 days!!
did you call? somtimes they dont update the tracking info...they arent as on top of it as say fedex

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