Originally Posted by AustinJerry
I understand now. Sorry, if you are following the guide and the advice given here and ASIO is still not working, I don't think I can add anything. But it has been said many times, REW is perfectly functional using the Java driver, although not quite as easy. Have you been able to take measurements using the Java driver? What can't you do in that mode?
I was able to get the Java driver working and those graphs were from those measurements. I was mainly wanting to use ASIO like your guide suggested so I could just follow along with it step by step.
Mainly I'm wanting to ensure I've integrated my sub in properly with my mains. From what I'm seeing I need to go back and undo what I did last night and set the xover for my fronts back to 80hz, undo the PEQ I set, and then play with the distance the right way on the sub to see if I can negate the 60hz drop I was getting. I'm also hoping to do some measuring on my main L/R to see what the best placement option for them are.
I'm guessing if I turn off XT32 but leave the distances where they are now, that will still provide me good graphs of their response correct?
I plan to leave work in about 45 mins and head home and will have maybe an hour of time with which I can play with this. My goal is to at least get my mains re-positioned to where they sound the best, and then start looking at my sub.
Using the Java driver I can just measure "both" with the sub amp off to get the response of both L & R speakers together correct? Would this be better than trying to dial each one in independently?
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