Originally Posted by RMK!
Yeah yeah yeah, This ^ is why I don't like to post measurements. It's like a friggin black hole with you measurements guys
. But seriously, I don't have nor want an additional EQ. Audyssey is it baby and Omnimic gives me that warm fuzzy that all is well in the Roxy Theater.
Oh and since these are really just single point in space measurements not even close to mimicking what we hear with our ears, it's all a crap shoot anyway (audio version of wackamole). IMHO
That said, the bass response is better in my room due to the slight re-position of the subs and I am glad Omnimic confirmed that for me. Nice easy to use tool for audio fools.
I am not using any additional EQ, and at this point, I am not even using Audyssey. The point of my post was to explain how the summed response probably doesn't tell the whole story of your overall response. Yes it looks GREAT!!! But I would suggest just looking at the individual left and right speakers and playing with toe-in and distance to the lp while overlaying each response to get them as similar as you can. This requires no additional EQ, just speaker positioning.
I mean, unless you are listening to your stuff in mono, you don't want to aim for a mono sweep to test your system!!!
There have been many times where sweeping the track two both channel sweep I have seem something awesome, then tried the individual speaker sweeps and seen some really nasty stuff present. There is a clear advantage I have found in using the 6 and 12 tracks and positioning each speaker while watching the sweep change as you make small tweaks to their distance and toe-in. 9 times out of 10 it ends up improving the track two response as well. you can easily do this with everything you have at your disposal (unless you lack time, but don't we all?!?!
) and more than likely yield even better results than you already have!!!! Just a suggestion, YMMV FWIW, and all that other stuff...