First off, thanks for all of the responses! I am not sure if the comment about weird graphs was directed at me, but it still made me laugh.
Originally Posted by Alan P
You've got more work to do my friend....in particular, pushing subs around your room.
What version of Audyssey are you running?
What mic are you using with REW and are you using a tripod or mic boom?
A drawing and/or pics of your room would be helpful too.
My receiver only has Audyssey MultEQ. I was planning on leaving it off, so audyssey was not a factor when I purchased the receiver.
I have a UMIK-1 which I am using with a tripod. Is a mic boom worth it?
I will try to get a drawing and some pics up tomorrow. Unfortunately I think all you will see is that there is not much room to work with in there. Suggestions are most welcome though, I hope you see something I do not.
Originally Posted by Red99
OK, I will give my 2 cents worth, even though its only worth 1/2 cents. Im just learning this myself so I am probably talking out of my woofer.
But I think I read that Nulls are cancellations, and can be caused by wavelengths crashing into each other. Can you try moving the mic towards the front wall, and then the back wall some. Maybe even left and right also, and see if it changes where that nasty null happens in the FR just for a test............ and its easy to move the mic.
If anyone thinks this is a waste of time please chime in. It was just a thought.
I will try moving the mic and see what I get. More information is never a bad thing after all.
Originally Posted by jbrown15
It looks like you have your mains going too in the measurements? Clearly you have a massive 60hz suck out in the room, I'm guessing this isn't a sealed room?
Yes, the main speakers are also playing when I am measuring. Should I try without? I thought the idea was to see how well everything works together, so I have been leaving them on.
You are correct, the room is not sealed. There is a door and an open stairway in the rear. The stairway is curtained off, but I am not sure if that does anything acoustically.
Originally Posted by Hopinater
AVAB I just recently went through what you are going through and all I can say is it's a great workout. At one point I moved my subs (trying a new position) and had them in a position where I had a major dip at 70Hz (similar to you 60Hz dip). All I can say is I got them out of there as soon as I could. And sadly the only way to get rid of a dip like that is either by moving the subs out of that area and trying another spot or moving you MLP or a combination of the two.
Start with moving one sub to a new position and see if that changes things. Then if need be move the other. Get creative and move furniture if you have to and keep trying out new positions (actually it sounds like you are already doing that) but don't give up.
Unfortunately I took away most of my options for rearranging the room when I put up a 14 ft projector screen in it. I love the big screen, but now I am realizing I may have sacrificed some sound quality.
Thanks again for all of the responses and I will do my best to get some pics of the room up here tomorrow.