I'll check it out, thanks. Is there any reason it's better than the PEQ in JRiver? I suppose allowing me to EQ windows all together is better than just Jriver. My goal, first, however, is to optimize my entire system. The majority of my content goes through the HTPC, but not everything. I want my PS4, and to a lesser degree my DVR, to also benefit.
Originally Posted by LastButNotLeast
BTW, your wife will be much happier with a second sub than with a room full of huge bass traps.
My wife is fine with whatever I want to do with that room, It's dedicated, and she appreciates good audio. I thought it would be cheaper to build traps. Based on what I'm reading, and the sheer number of very thick traps I'd need, that may not be the case.
I was already planning on getting a second subwoofer (which is why I'm banging on Emotiva to get their dual sub implementation right). Now I feel like I need to move that up on the priority list.
Originally Posted by AustinJerry
Interesting. There has been quite a bit of discussion around the XMC-1. It will be very interesting to see what Dirac does to your frequency response. I hope you will share the results here.
Certainly. What I heard when I tested it on my HTPC was fabulous. It'll be good to look at what it's actually doing, and get input from the experts here.
So here's another question about equalization. Is the best way to determine what curve I need to measure at the three primary listening positions, average the responsem and then build my filters based on the averaged response? If that's the case, I can no longer generate waterfall or ETC plots, correct?