Originally Posted by mogorf
Audyssey off and Audyssey target overlayed:
So far, so good!
Here is a trick question, Feri:
Which of the following two response curves looks better?
The answer: they are the same curves. The difference, of course, is the smoothing and the vertical axis resolution. How you set your graph parameters has significance in the value of what you are showing.
I think we should agree in this thread on certain standards for the graphs we publish. My recommendations:
- Use 1/24 smooting for full-range graphs, and no smooting for graphs that focus on bass frequencies, say below 300Hz.
- Adjust vertical axis resolution so that the scale shows in 5 dB increments (I believe Jason made the same recommendation).
- Always include a full-range graph (20-20,000 Hz), as well as a graph that focuses on a problem range (e.g. bass frequencies 20-300 Hz).
Having said that, would you care to re-publish your averaged graph with 1/24 smoothing, rather than 1/3 smoothing?