Hey guys. I avoided going down the measurements rabbit hole for my own system because I was happy with the sound. Recently been helping a close friend set up his audio system and as fate would have it, we've unfortunately discovered a UMIK-1 and REW.
Room: 17ft x 14 ft x 10ft (hard marble floor, rug in front part of room but not fully carpeted, regular furniture around the place)
AVR: Yamaha 679 with YPAO RSC
Speakers: Monitor Audio Bronze 5 fronts, Bronze Centre, Paradigm Sub
No YPAO eq, disconnected sub for speaker sweeps then disconnected speakers for sub sweep
Only thing we did before is to use the RTA feature to locate a good place for the sub, which turned out to be midway to the left side of the room about 3 feet from the wall...placing it anywhere else meant a huge 25db dip between 32hz and 52hz and the like.
Graph settings: 1/6 smoothing for speakers and sub on unified graph, no smoothing on sub only graph
Should the next step be taking readings with YPAO on, speakers set to small and crossover to 80hz? the sub is movable for positioning but the big dip after about 70hz on the right speaker seems daunting - how can that be dealt with via positioning since it's the only place in the room where they can be placed?
(If I haven't made it obvious enough, I'm new to all this :-s)