I agree with Vailvon the 150hz looks better. Not the result I was expecting!I would test the 120hz-auto solution against the 150hz-flat setting.But I think the 150-flat is better.Not sure about the onscreen message.
The "before" graph is a bit smoother, but the "raggedness " in the
"After" graph amounts to dips of no more than 2 or 3 db's. That shouldn't
Be very noticeable when listening.
If you care to humor me run another calculation with sub set to FLAT
And the xover at 120hz.
Post the calculated result.
Bink, great job on the sub! Graph looks much better. Put your mic up cuz you are done with it.(Just don't move your speakers or sub. LOL)You can now do your tweaking in the target window and just upload and listen.Like Vailvon, I also made adjustments. I bumped my sub levels up by 3db for more bass andSet my sub to flat. I left my xover at 120hz though.
I couldn't find the v6 spec sheet but I had the v5 bookmarked.http://www.audio-ecstasyslo.com/Product_Reviews/Paradigm_Monitor_v5_rev1.pdfEdit: I found this pdf which I believe is the v6..notice this one has the "micro-monitor"which was not available in the v5 serieshttp://www.robertsav.com/documents/Monitor_Series_DS-3.pdf
Just a couple of comments about your ear soreness.
ARC doesn't correct above 5Khz,and your speakers (mains)
Actually seem to be tailing off at about 10Khz, I don't know if this
Is a property of the speakers or the effects of the room treatments
You have done. With a graphs like you have I don't think you should be
Experiencing the discomfort you describe. I am a bit perplexed.
I do know that in Audyssey it actually tails off the higher freqs
In the normal setting (not...