Originally Posted by edorr
True. It is a little strange the Trinnov does not allow you to measure actual in room response after filters have been applied.
Really? Wonder why. Curt, any comments please? This is a major usability issue in the hands of the people who want to tune the results post correction and learn what the system really did.
You can alwayd do that with another program like REW of course - but definitely a weak spot.
That is a decent work around but as you say, it is a weak solution to the problem. Rationalizing what the system did vs what you are seeing is hard due to use of different measurement mics. Did the machine not take out a peak because it is a measurement error in REW set up or its own?
I had the same problem with my SVS subwoofer EQ program. The theoretical curve was dead flat. When I measures actual in room response of the corrected subs with REW not so much....
That has been my experience too. The system we use now provides post measurements so I don't have that problem anymore but it was super frustrating with others that didn't. As you say, what the system did and what measurement showed were two different things.
I am really, really puzzled that products aimed at pro market don't perform this task and would love to know why.