When i posted my FIRST REW graph
yesterday, I got comments saying try fix the 66Hz dip, don't worry about the 66Hz dip, try move the subs around, look at decay times etc etc. Lots of good suggestions from the experts which i really appreciate.
But I have some novice (i hope basic) questions on my first graph.
I am hoping those that have seen many, many graphs, the "gray beards"
, can chime in.
To briefly recap, my room is perfectly rectangular:
Length: 28.5 ft
Width : 22.2 ft
Height: 8.0 ft
for a total of 5062 cubic feet.1) Is the below graph of 15 - 300 Hz below average, average, above average, excellent?
2) In terms of peaks and nulls, what is audible to the average human ear? What aspects of graph can be ignored because they would be inconsequential? Can someone point me to a good white paper on this?
3) Depending on answer to above, do i need to spend time moving my subs around the room?
4) How do i know when to stop moving the subs around - is there general consensus on what a "good" graph looks like?
5) Can someone point me to an "above average" or "excellent" graph for a room similar to mine: rectangular between 4K and 6K cu ft?
Basically i am wondering what is good enough? I think the system sounds awesome but i am not an expert.
Here is the graph without Audyssey XT32 (BLUE) and with XT32 (RED).