Originally Posted by MFLUGSTA
I went through another calibration and the issue of the image being pushed to the far right still remains with 2D and 3D. (snip)
Here are the results from calibration:
Front L: H Angle: 46 V Angle: 95 Dist: 3.15 m
Center: H Angle: 11 V Angle: 105 Dist: 2.72 m
Front R: H Angle: -9 V Angle: 96 Dist: 3.05 m
Surround R: H Angle: -44 V Angle: 92 Dist: 2.68 m
Surround L H Angle 133 V Angle 91 Dist: 1.97 m
Sub: 0,0 Dist: 1.61 m
What's also interesting is that my -6 db point for my Fronts was said to be 80Hz. (snip)
How is the vertical Angle determined during calibration? I had the mic height positioned roughly at ear and tweeter level, yet all of my V Angles are over 90 degrees.
Thanks in advance for any help.
Your mic aimed at center with image right of center... Then something is wrong with the mic config- because the angles are not adding up to where the speakers are. You're aiming at center(?), it's off by 11 deg? If you rotate all locations 11 deg, you'd get:
Front L: H Angle: 46 > 35
Center: H Angle: 11 > 0
Front R: H Angle: -9 > -20
Surround R: H Angle: -44 > -55
Surround L H Angle 133 > 122
Is this more like your actual locations? Maybe rotate the mic to get the center aligned to 0 deg (that is where you want center image?) You can confirm the mic is working properly by aiming at a specific speaker, then looking for results that line up with that. Maybe do a couple of cals till you get the center close to 0 (by rotating mic). Ideally one can aim by looking down the top of the center capsule to the front capsule. When you get center close to 0 deg, run computations.
As for vertical angle- 90 deg = level, so they are all measuring 1-15 deg above above the mic.
"-6dB point" is the - 6dB point for full range, and the xover point when a sub is used. Xover is based on both the "-6dB point" and the range of the sub, so this looks OK.