alright guys, I know I have a huge steep dropoff at 10Hz, but I am very sensitive in general... for example, I am watching Beywolf at -30dB with the subs at +10dB.... when I am already 30dB short on my mains. When single digit stuff gets to wobbling, I perk up. I absorb it. I love it.
So is there a way to record squiggly lines to other material to show what I am sensing from movies using the mic? Best I can think is the RTA but rather than using the generator, lower the dB WAY down so that the single digits register and take a snap shot.
I will run some more sweep as as soon as I can with the new door in its open position and the spare room door mostly closed. What I swear to is single digits, is aprox. trippled with the new door but in its open position. I have a feeling it's like car audio SPL: Completely sealed up is the worst, hardest to get deebeez. But 2nd worst is hatches, doors, and windows all opened up. No loading, as well as omni-directed rather than focussed. Generally the highest SPL is one or both windows down, or one or both front doors open, everything else sealed up tight.
I think complely sealed up I am choking it, but right now is better.
red is door/entryway, blue is windows, towers are in the top right room, on the right side, facing left