I just went into the data and ran the spectrogram. Same settings and source data as the waterfall:
And for comparison, here's my last waterfall:
I'm curious what this tells me/us differently than we don't already know from the waterfall? Besides a less boring, prettier chart
And since we're on the subject of rabbit holes, I'll live dangerously and plot my ETC impulse graph. Left speaker only, no Audyssey run (wonder if I want to run this with Audyssey)
OK, maybe I'm _not_ done quite yet, not with all those above -20 db+ peaks!. I think I'd better look into picking up that Amazon Prime string LOL...but I have a practical problem. Treating a hard surface (a ceiling, IOW) is one thing. But to the left of the speaker, off angle, is our dining room, which is open to the living room (no walls). It's not like I'm going to hang pink fluffies on a dining room chair...and I can't exactly turn the dogs or the family into stationary room treatments....
. Maybe if I'm lucky I can throw a blanket over the glass table and see if it helps:p
Regardless, it's awfully cool to remote into my home PC and plot stuff without being there. I never could have done this with OmniMic!
Thoughts?Edited by sdrucker - 3/4/13 at 4:47pm