I'm brand new at this...
so i would plug the mic into an xlr cable (male/femalre) into tthe preamp to PC, play audio, record sound frequencies near the subwoofer and speakers, read them on the software, interpret the data to conclude how good/bad the subwoofer is matched with the speakers and then adjust Denon's settings to fix any anomolies??
next, check for frequencies around the room, record them onto the computer, interpret the data and note down the areas of the room where the frequencies are giving bad signals and then apply bass traps and acoustic foams, panels, absorbers, etc to those areas??
any other equipment needed besides the ones i mentioned?
My 5.1 audio system bedroom setup:
10'1" L x 9'11" D x 8' H. One corner opens up to a space (for the door to open/close) that measures 2'4" L x 2'11" D x 8' H.
AVR: Denon 1712
Fronts: Pioneer SP-BS41-LR
Center: Pioneer SP-C21
Rear: Pioneer SP-BS21-LR
Subwoofer: SVS PC12-NSD
TV: Samsung UN46EH6070...