Originally Posted by bsoko2
Does this SPL chart of my Conquest look ok? I have it with the Anti Mode (dark blue) on and in ByPass mode (brite pink). As you can see there is not much of a difference. SPL was taken at the seat, 10 feet from the sub. Reciever setting is at -5.5 with volume at -10, and sub gain is at 10:30. Test disk played on my BluRay CD and is the supplied HSU test tones that comes with the HSU subs from 16 to 120 hz.
You've got a little bit of a suckout from 22-35 hz that I'd want to correct. Aside from that it's a nice looking house curve for the most part!!
EDIT: Looking at it more, what is covering the 100hz and above? Either your subwoofer isn't calibrated high enough or your mains are too high in the midbass region. Your large bump from 90-140hz is a little concerning. On a scale of human hearing we have the most trouble at the lower frequencies so the point of house curve would be to start high at 20hz, and gradually decrease down to 80-90hz and then you want flat response from there until 20khz to achieve something that sounds really nice
The largest concern though I would still focus on is from 22-35hz as I stated above. The 100-140hz will just add a little midbass "kick" and some people like that
Especially on movies.