Im in need of some help with my system and find i get uneven results from Audessey Multieq XT on my Onkyo 876 and Quad L-ites 5.1 speaker package.
Specs for the speakers are...
freq response 70hz-24khz
freq Fb 70hz
freq response 80hz-24khz
freq Fb 75hz
line in sensitivity 250mw - 100w
freq range 25hz-95hz
Low pass filter 35-85 in 10hz increments
input impediance 10k
I have the sub "low-pass filter" disabled and audessey auto setup comes up with the following...
Center speaker is low down (under main display), so have angled it up to point at ear level.
Distances are correct.
Front (sats) - Full Band
Center - 100Hz
Surround (sats) - 80hz(THX)
LPF of LFE 80Hz(THX)
Layout is ..
Sofa is right up against rear wall due to room
Test positions are
1 being the center seating position/central to center speaker (measurments taken 2ft from rear wall/back of sofa)
4,5 and 6 being just in front of the seating area
7,8 taken at diaginal centers
Testing with supplied mic on boom stand, no ambient noise and i am not in the room when measuements taken.
Can anyone advise on correct crossover settings etc... i have read that all sats should be set to small and believe my front sats are been set to large possibley due to higher base reflections from the rear wall, however you should not lower xovers but you can increase them, so a little confused on what i can do to level out the settings, put them all on 80Hz (THX) and leave center on 100Hz?
Thanks for any help.