You need a RCA-to-3.5mm stereo adapter cable.
Edited by AustinJerry - 10/21/13 at 9:18am
TOW, today I made the frames for my new traps. Very easy. The gubbins is meant to arrive Wednesday. The Camira is coming from GIK and they are a bit slow on delivery here. Hopefully I will be ready by the weekend for the new cal and round of measurements. I will be using REW again now as I have solved the HDMI issue I was having since installing the PJ and throwing out the plasma. Er, selling it.
It's not that, Jerry, and I do apologise for posting OM graphs in the REW thread, but they ought to show the same thing as REW and are just to show the results rather than the method, so I hope people will bear with me. The problem was that I could not get REW working since I removed the plasma and went solely PJ due to some HDMI issue wrt to screen res. This issue has now been solved and my next measurements will be REW again.
Funnily enough I was thinking about that yesterday. I had the sole room light on and was trying to do some work in there in preparation for the additional treatments I am making, and I found it very difficult to see what I was doing. So even if not for an emergency, it would make sense to have a really bright light for when I am working in the room (or cleaning/dusting it etc, of course).
I just replaced my AVR and spent the morning running REW on each of the million modes with each of the dozen eq settings. I couldn't make any sense of the results, so I went back and took the following five measurements, one right after the other, making NO CHANGES on the AVR. Bass is unsmoothed, full range is 1/6. Has anyone ever seen anything like this? Any idea what could be wrong?
This is the same setup I've used for years. I can't imagine it's the AVR (Pio SC-1222).
Depends on the objective. For specular reflections, treating reflection points on the back walls is very important, IMO. For taming bass reflections, traps should be placed at the intersection of two walls, or a wall and the ceiling, but not flat on the wall. So treating for both modal ringing and specular reflections is equally important. Let REW measurements guide your progress.