My wife asked me to rearrange the rear panels a little more aesthetically so I thought I'd post some ETCs as before and after. The rear absorbers I had just arranged as a solid wall.
But, although there's a visible improvement, the two graphs are right on top of each other. Any tricks for how to present/compare these?
These ETC are just to compare the effect of rear absorbers. I haven't tried to address the sides yet as there aren't really any walls.
No RC of any kind. Right only. Red is with no panels and green is with all the panels up separated slightly for aesthetics. 'Course the panels are ugly in any case as they are home made
These are full bandwidth. I used soundflower to turn off the left channel. This is using the REW overlay feature.
I see some improvement but I really need to figure out what's causing that reflection at around 2ms.
Here are the before and after as separate images. I don't understand why the green trace is so much noisier but I do know that on my laptop, REW misbehaves after too many measurements and needs to be restarted. Also, the laptop gets hot and its fan and disk start to affect measurements
.No Rear PanelsMjultiple rear panels
I will attempt to stay in my happy place as the comments come in