Here comes the results. I'll try to address everything here.
1 - First graph: ubs only (with 5db of diff vertically and then with smoothing applied).
2 - Audyssey result
3 - Audyssey result with Dynamics on/off (lower line is dynamic off)
4 - Increasing sub trim to lift up lower graph (from -6.5 to 0).
4 - Including DLP (no equalization applied)
5 - DPL wiht equalization.
I tried my best to get as smooth graph as I could but there was a small raise and dip.
After smoothing it was gone and we hear that so should be ok.
Now comes calibration. After Audyssey calibration, sub trim level came out to -6.5. Also you can see the diff in between Dynamic On/Off.
Increase sub trim to 0. Got a dip in between 80 and 100 of 3 db.
Now here is an interesting fact As soon as I connected DSP, it lowered graph a bit even without any filter. I don't know why but that's what REW showed.
Finally used REW EQ to get a Hard-Knee Curve. Two filters are applied and both are negetive (No positive gain).
After everything done, Sub gain is at 1 and sub trim is at 0 (from -6.5)
Below is the chart of the difference of the two (with/without DSP) to let you guys know how its changing. its easier since I can use the gross in REW to find exact difference.
Notice that from 40 to 30, it went down 2 db instead of going up. Also at 44, its a bit higher than 40. All these differences are lower than 3 db and based on my knowledge are not noticeable. Please correct me if I'm wrong.
Notice that there is no difference in between 40hz and 30hz as of now.
There really isn't much difference in between the two (with/without dsp)and I wonder if I even need to use Dsp here. During my testing with DSP on, bass is great but in some parts it does bottom out. Without DSP, it sounds even better and no bottoming out.Edited by SherazNJ - 11/10/13 at 3:21pm