Originally Posted by basshead81
Right, but Sat could place it in a couple different locations temporarily to see how the response is . If Sat found a location that smoothed the response out nicely, then he could sell the 16-46 to fund a second Triax.
A second Triax is just a dream at this point.
Cost aside, the only location that a second Triax would fit is at the other end/corner of the long wall in the dining area (the TV, main speakers, and equipment are on the long wall to the right of the current Triax position). Here's a panoramic pic of the room. The Triax is in the left front corner of the room, a second would only fit in the right corner of the room (room is about 25ft long).
Still, I'd like to see what effect a second sub has using my 16-46 while I still have it.
Originally Posted by Luke Kamp
Saturn, your biggest problem looks to be 100-135 hz. Is this dip apparent when you move mic around? If so it may be allison effect/sbir. Have you tried moving speakers further from room boundaries or placed up against the wall? May be worth trying out.
Next time I measure, I'll see what effect moving the mic and mains have on that region. I think I remember measuring the L, R, and sub separately before. I'll check and see if I have those graphs.
I greatly appreciate the feedback, guys.