Got it figured out, I wasnt hitting a green button that synced it way the files were actually running while saving. All good now and really loving this dsp and omnimic. Only thing I wish were differenct about the omnimic is the sweeps, they come from a disc and start higher than 3hz. I'm sure it would pick up a burnt disc and measure it but I'm way way cpu dumb. Give me some wood and I'll build you anything, give me a home or commercial idea and I'll create you one with the best software, give me a rope and I'll catch you a fish but cpu's mixed with audio/video and I'm done for unless its super easy which both of the systems just happen to be!
Here's my latest graph which I am happy with, very happy with for just the sub 80hz which is all I am focusing on right now, but something in my room is causing a suckout at 30 hertz. The 30hz suckout is in both front and second row when measuring. Its only 3-4 dbs after EQ but would like to figure it out since its obviously fixable if measured in two different spots.
I've also go a noise issue when trying to turn up the subs to make them hot which I've had every since I switched to Pro gear but would really love to eliminate it way can turn the dials up on the clones without hearing 60hz noise during quiet scenes in movies. I have greatly reduced it by unhooking the Dtv box and the Grafik eye also adds a little to it when lights are turned on for some reason. None of my speaker wires run with power except for one surround that is in a column and it is only for 15-18" or so and about 13" away. I have 2 places where they cross but most people have some places like that. I dont know if its the xlr cables or what but will pull my hair out one day trying to find the culprit.
I have my Denon using SW1 and SW2 with Y connector going into dsp analog input 1 and then a Y connector coming out of analog 2 output of dsp to my special 1 RCA to 4 xlrs going to the clones. So two of the 1 rca to 4 xlr from a y out of the dsp. My question is, is there a better way to let the clones see more input voltage with my 1 to 4 cables. Like should I run SW1 analog to dsp 1 input, SW2 to dsp and then 1-4xlr output 1 and 1-4 xlr output 2????????
My thinking is, get the most voltage going to the clones way dont have to turn up gains and introduce noise. If that is out of the question then wire management may be not too far away but I've never been able to have a quiet speaker since switching to pro gear and dont really know if cable management will work. My QSC2450 has had noise in every application I've ever used it, my two plx3602s have, and the clones as well. No matter what room, , or configuration it seems like there is always some trace of noise unlike just using an AVR.
Alright the newest graph. I still havent listened to any material with it but looks good on the screen lol. I will venture to the LCRs next and tame that 150hz spike down and bring up whats needed due to the AT screen which will be a breeze since can just turn up my QSC PLX 3602s and cut where needed. Gotta love having more power going to my LCRs than many do to their subs!!! Them amps really make the triple 8s sing! I only wish the new horn 12s were in the making when I was in building phase!!! I almost got the triple 12s but too many people thought 8s where better sounding overall but would have went with the horn 12s for sure.
Oh, and I dont know what I'm looking at here with the distortion. Is it on par with the volume or what? Good, bad, ugly?
And the waterfall graphs on the omnimic software look completely different than rew but will post one just way can have a before and after once I do room treatments (dreaded!).Edited by audiovideoholic - 2/26/13 at 12:36am