Hello Fellow Owners,
I am now moving on from my earlier post talking about Max SPL with my two LFM-1+s. Now, I want to hear an "EQ version" in my theater room and have the ability to switch back and forth between "movie mode" and "music mode".
I DL the Room EQ Wizard (free) from that "other" forum and loaded it on to my desktop computer with a proper sound card. I ordered a Behringer Feedback Destroyer Pro (BFP) Model #DSP1124P ($100 from zzsounds.com) to be used as a PEQ. I ordered some misc. cables and such from monoprice.com for $20. You will also need a RS SPL Meter.
This took me the better part of two full days to accomplish the EQ....I'm a little slow
. First, I never dreamed where my 2 subs ended up for a placement that is "EQ'able". I had a monster null at my LP until I moved both subs behind the LP. I have 1 sub in my back right corner and the second sub is located right behind my sofa against the back wall. They are located within 7' of each other.
Now, I have a couple of serious peaks after calibrating each sub to 75dB.
The REW software gave me the information to input into the BFP filters to tame the peaks and now I have some amazing "smooth" bass that I notice on my concert Blu-ray discs.
This really was an education for me and I will continue to tweak the set-up endlessly.
If you love to tweak, this is an inexpensive way to enter the world of sub EQ.