Simplified REW Setup and Use (USB Mic & HDMI Connection) Including Measurement Techniques and How To Interpret Graphs - Page 402 - AVS Forum
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Graphs look really good with both subs and Audyessy engaged, but the really question is how does it sound to you? Have you have a chance to do any extensive testing (ie watching movies etc)?
I'm the kind of guy who doesn't want to feel as though I'm missing something. I think it sounds great, I just want it to be dialed in.
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I'm the kind of guy who doesn't want to feel as though I'm missing something. I think it sounds great, I just want it to be dialed in.
Personally, I would be concerned with the 15-20dB rise as the curve approaches 20Hz. If this is an intentional house curve, then that is fine. Otherwise, I would be working to flatten it out. Perhaps you can post a waterfall graph to see how the rising low frequency response affects bass ringing. Also, an ETC graph would allow us to see how well you have controlled room reflections.
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Personally, I would be concerned with the 15-20dB rise as the curve approaches 20Hz. If this is an intentional house curve, then that is fine. Otherwise, I would be working to flatten it out. Perhaps you can post a waterfall graph to see how the rising low frequency response affects bass ringing. Also, an ETC graph would allow us to see how well you have controlled room reflections.
Guys, excuse my ignorance but I'm really new to REW, I opened the program today and upon opening it said a newer version is available, version V5.01 Beta 23, it mentions inprovements in certain areas and certain bug fixes especially the 6dB down with calibration mic, since Jerry said that if an SPL meter is used with the calibration of the mic this 6dB down would not have an effect. So should I update to this current version, is this the version all are using? Also can you give me a link (I'm not there yet) with the adapter needed to take the pre-out measurements after connecting a RCA cable to the pre-out I want to measure, I know I'm way ahead of myself but want to have everything I need. TIA
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Yes, generally you should always upgrade to the latest version of REW. I don't know which cable/adapter you are talking about, but Pre-out measurements are an advanced topic, and only used in very special situations. You should focus on walking before you try to run.
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