Originally Posted by k1n3t1k
Resuming our scheduled programming....
The next one is my Anti-Mode 8033S-II and that really fixed up the output nicely. It did wonders for me from 50-80Hz and definitely changed the sound. A lot. I don't think it was strictly phase-related, but perhaps a room mode issue. Either way, I really like the Anti-Mode a lot - and yeah, this one measurement was before I disabled the subsonic filter.
It's off now, thank you Tom for your help with that, too! I'd assume my output below 20Hz should be closer to my base measurement. Tonight, I don't really give a damn because I'm just enjoying this thing too much!
I like the looks of what the Antimode seems to have potential to do.
Thanks for posting this, I've been wanting to see what antimode can do.
So, I finally had time to play in my HT, tinker a bit and compare different options antimode can do. Actually 20-100 Hz range Antimode alone did better then when I applied Audyssey to it, still tweaking that around, if you are interested to follow that discussion check out the 'Simplified REW and Setup..." thread.
Here, I just want to show what Anti-Mode 8033S-II can do.
Graph shows Antimode with flat response vs bypassed Antimode, so raw room response.
In attached link to my mdat file I have measurements that you can compare at your leisure of all the modes possible bypass,flat, lift25,lift35,lift 20-30, filter only.
I can say I really like antimode, it does good job, it is simple to use, really well designed plug and play EQ option for people who do not have inclination to tinker and tweak but would like to enjoy good sound.
Happy Fourth all!