Originally Posted by AustinJerry
Now, that was easy!
. Not sure about the easy part but sure did feel great. Goes to show that one should not ignore any weird behavior. If I had left it as is, I would have used the wrong file in Dirac as well. Now that its correct file, things got better. In fact, if you remember my post a few days back about how to fix the FR, you advised to move speakers. I couldn't move speakers but I moved MLP 10" forward and that made a good improvement. I already had a good sub response (2 in room) but after moving seat 10" forward, I got what I can the best response I have ever had. Now I didn't take subs reading in REW but when I did the 9 points calibration, the average response looked better than I expected.
Originally Posted by unretarded
I am just trying to get experiance here.......soo, is that JUST a measurement of what is happening or is that how you run it all the time.
IE, did you EQ it to get that response ? Or that your starting point, and you will EQ from there ?
Not sure I follow your question. If you read from previous page, you'll see that the issue I had was with higher frequency falling off. After trial and error and with help from Jerry and Markus, we finally figured out that it was the wrong calibration file I was using. High FR was also falling when I didn't use any calibration file. So based on my recent experience, I'd say that its very important to use the calibration file (and the right one). It impacts heavily over 14K. Under 14K, it was the same result with or without the file.