Originally Posted by tooskinny
I'm using the same disc. Made a graph of my readings, but really don't know what to do next as for as using the Eq.
I found the biggest changes come from room positioning. Are you satisfied with the sub placement? If so, you are ready to dial your parameters in.
You have choices with the EQ. One is a fixed solution, the bass boost, another is the variable PEQ. You can also use the crossover point as a form of EQ, either the Dayton's or a receiver's.
The phase control can help you dial the subs back in time if they are sitting closer to you than the mains are. It cannot compensate for the mains being closer than the sub, it cannot dial the subs ahead in time, so set it to "0" if this is the case. If you have a receiver handling distance, set the phase to "0".
I picked out the most problematic room peak, around 40-60hz for me, and then pulled this down with the PEQ set right around 50hz, about a 3db cut. Bandwidth is set at .5 to reach neighboring problem FR. The bass boost switch helps lift the textbook sealed enclosure roll off down low.
Take a look at your graph and play around with your parameters a bit. Rather than run through all the test tones again, just rerun the problem frequencies and see what your new readings are, that will speed up the process. Rinse, wash, repeat until you like what you see and hear.
And as always, have fun.