Originally Posted by kriktsemaj99
That's a good idea. I could add the option of taking the crossover frequency into account when displaying the overall response curves. Not this weekend though, because I'm determined to fix that useless volume bar once and for all.
No problem, you are the boss!
Anyway, I think I ran into a possible bug on PEQedit when it comes to the 1900. For some reasons on Saturday, after doing a YPAO cal (due to some minor layout change), I noticed that the 3rd PEQ band on my front left channel was showing as 160Hz -0.5dB, but did not quite realize that at first as everything looked and sounded normal, although normally it was the 2nd band that showed 160Hz -0.5dB or thereabouts (only this time YPAO detected a slight response peak at 50Hz and decided to use the first band to correct, pushing out all other corrections by a band).
But when I uploaded the equalizer settings to PEQedit, the 3rd band was showing as 2kHz +4.0dB to my surprise, as normally the frequency points are arranged from low to high for the used bands and the 4th and 5th bands were now at a lower freq points than the 3rd band. I counter checked with the YPAO on-screen readout again and all the other bands are correct except the 3rd band.
Then I went into PEQedit again, looked at the drop-down freq list for the 3rd band, it doesn't start until 200Hz. I think the 1900 might have the 3rd band (at least, maybe 4th too) that is capable of low frequency points. Is there any way for you to obtain the frequency capability/listings for the 1900 PEQ bands? I suspect it is now different from the 1800/6190.
If indeed the 1900 has more than two bands that is capable of low frequency points, I wonder whether the number sub's PEQ bands can be increased for better bass management (just like the four bands on 3900), but then there could be firmware or even physical (electronic) limitations for now. (Wishful thinking...)
I re-ran the YPAO and the minor 50Hz correction on my front left is gone (as usual), and the 160Hz -0.5dB is now back to the 2nd PEQ band.