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Some one please help me to post my graphs from REW, I tried everything and don'y know what I'm doing.
Hey that's great Jeff you got your first graphs with REW. As the other guys pointed out now the work begins as you can now see what you need to fix (But your speakers look pretty darn good). Once you figure out what's causing that dip you should be great.
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Nothing against Tom, but with all the issues you and I (and many others) have had with the MiniDSP and then ended up not using it, I think Tom is asking for a lot of headaches from customer issues by including the MiniDSP....just my 2 cents.
Actually I just refer them to you and basshead..

Seriously though, thanks to everyone who spends time in this thread helping out others. There is *no* way I would have the time to answer all of the questions that pop up here.

Also, we're going to evaluate the anti-modes too. It may not work quite as well as a optimized miniDSP setup but I'd guess 95% of our customers would prefer a plug-play solution that gives them most of what the miniDSP+REW5 does.

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Actually I just refer them to you and basshead..

Seriously though, thanks to everyone who spends time in this thread helping out others. There is *no* way I would have the time to answer all of the questions that pop up here.

Also, we're going to evaluate the anti-modes too. It may not work quite as well as a optimized miniDSP setup but I'd guess 95% of our customers would prefer a plug-play solution that gives them most of what the miniDSP+REW5 does.

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To me those looked like they had potential for those of us who just want to push a button Actually now that I feel like I can take measurements ok it is kinda fun...even though my room sucks.

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Actually I just refer them to you and basshead..

Seriously though, thanks to everyone who spends time in this thread helping out others. There is *no* way I would have the time to answer all of the questions that pop up here.

Also, we're going to evaluate the anti-modes too. It may not work quite as well as a optimized miniDSP setup but I'd guess 95% of our customers would prefer a plug-play solution that gives them most of what the miniDSP+REW5 does.

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I think the Antimode would cause you less headaches, that's for sure.
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To me those looked like they had potential for those of us who just want to push a button Actually now that I feel like I can take measurements ok it is kinda fun...even though my room sucks.
Being able to take accurate audio measurements in your system will prove invaluable over the years. And REW5 is very powerful for free software too.

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Here is the electrical of our "Room Size" control.

The top curve(virtually flat) is the control set to LARGE.

The bottom curve(with the greatest attenuation) is the control set to SMALL.

Everything in-between is everything in-between on the dial..

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Nothing against Tom, but with all the issues you and I (and many others) have had with the MiniDSP and then ended up not using it, I think Tom is asking for a lot of headaches from customer issues by including the MiniDSP....just my 2 cents.
I had originally thought that Audyssey XT32 did all the sub EQing and correction?
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^^^

Well, it does some EQing of the sub...but some folks need more, hence the MiniDSP (and other EQ solutions).
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Well, it does some EQing of the sub...but some folks need more, hence the MiniDSP (and other EQ solutions).
I imagine it makes sense to take multiple measurements: go with un-EQ'd and then go with post-Audyssey. Once you've done that, you'll see the differences Audyssey was able to make. Depending on your room, you'll see whether or not that was "enough." My understanding is that the MiniDSP can help tame really nasty modes in which certain frequencies are lifted way too high. But, much like Audyssey, it can't really help a null; you'll need to explore different positions for that.

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A few things. I performed the following to dial in my subs:


1) connect both subs to the MiniDSP and subwoofer output on my Onkyo 705 Reciever
2) bring up calibration tones on onkyo and set sub to 0db
3) Mute one sub and calibrate using amp gain and minidsp to 75db
3) Mute other sub and calibrate to 75db
4) Run Audysey (which brought combined sub output cut to -6db at the onkyo) also it set the sub to 8ft (even though subs are placed in opposing corners across the room, one in back and one up front)
5) Run REW and see crazy dips just below and above 80hz
6) Play with delay on V1500 until REW shows "relatively flat" response with just one big bump at 100hz, export MiniDSP file to tame the bump
7) import file into MiniDSP (luckly saved my settings from before didn't know it would wipe them out if I hadn't )
8)verify with REW that graph looks smooth without the 100hz bump


Anything I missed here? should I have done things in a different order? also, slightly unrelated what kind of power draw does the V1500 have when idle? I know it has the "auto" setting but I have never really cared for how they operate (sometimes shutting off if there is not sufficient bass in the movie) anyone have thoughts on that?


Thanks Much!


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6) Play with delay on V1500 until REW shows "relatively flat" response with just one big bump at 100hz, export MiniDSP file to tame the bump
This is one area with which I am entirely unfamiliar. I'm not sure what measurements are going to correspond to needing to change the delay and how to accurately dial that in. Would love to hear from people more knowledgable--I understand the purpose of the control; just, nothing about how to use it.

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A few things. I performed the following to dial in my subs:


1) connect both subs to the MiniDSP and subwoofer output on my Onkyo 705 Reciever
2) bring up calibration tones on onkyo and set sub to 0db
3) Mute one sub and calibrate using amp gain and minidsp to 75db
3) Mute other sub and calibrate to 75db
4) Run Audysey (which brought combined sub output cut to -6db at the onkyo) also it set the sub to 8ft (even though subs are placed in opposing corners across the room, one in back and one up front)
5) Run REW and see crazy dips just below and above 80hz
6) Play with delay on V1500 until REW shows "relatively flat" response with just one big bump at 100hz, export MiniDSP file to tame the bump
7) import file into MiniDSP (luckly saved my settings from before didn't know it would wipe them out if I hadn't )
8)verify with REW that graph looks smooth without the 100hz bump


Anything I missed here? should I have done things in a different order? also, slightly unrelated what kind of power draw does the V1500 have when idle? I know it has the "auto" setting but I have never really cared for how they operate (sometimes shutting off if there is not sufficient bass in the movie) anyone have thoughts on that?


Thanks Much!


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This is one area with which I am entirely unfamiliar. I'm not sure what measurements are going to correspond to needing to change the delay and how to accurately dial that in. Would love to hear from people more knowledgable--I understand the purpose of the control; just, nothing about how to use it.
To properly time-align multiple subs with the MiniDSP, all you need is a tape measure and a calculator.

Measure the the distance from MLP to furthest sub, measure the distance from MLP to closest sub. Calculate the difference (sub1 is 15', sub 2 is 5', difference = 10'). Use MiniDSP to add 10' of delay to closer sub.

This will get you in the ballpark, you can fine tune while measuring with REW for the smoothest response.

After you get the subs time-aligned with each other, you then run Audyssey (or whatever auto-EQ you have) then perform the sub distance tweak to get the sub "system" in-phase with the CC/main speakers.
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After you get the subs time-aligned with each other, you then run Audyssey (or whatever auto-EQ you have) then perform the sub distance tweak to get the sub "system" in-phase with the CC/main speakers.
If I'm running Audyssey XT32 on a Marantz AV7702 (which has two, independent subwoofer outs), I believe it can calculate distance for each sub independently--should I still need to go through this step?

Also, these steps make sense for time-aligning the subwoofers with each other; I'm also concerned with time-aligning the subwoofers with my mains. My understanding was that Audyssey does a pretty good job of that on its own and that the physical delay control on the subwoofer could be used to tweak. Am I in line with reality here or just confused?

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Yes, if you have XT32 with SubEQ HT (edit: and only TWO subs) there is no need to time-align with the MiniDSP.

In order to "time-align" the subs with the mains you would use the sub distance tweak (as I mentioned above). The distance tweak uses the AVR's sub distance setting, "moving" the entire sub system as one.

EDIT: Oh, and Audyssey typically does NOT do a good job at getting your mains (FL/R & CC) in-phase with the subs...it never measures them together so it does not have the information to do so.
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Aud measures each channel separately and applies eq to each of those channels separately. It does not measure your main with sub or any other channel with sub; therefore, it is good to adjust the sub distances (if needed) to have the sub(s) in phase with your main and/or center channel. This can easily be seen with REW or any measurement program at the crossover point.
Edit: Alan beats me to it.
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EDIT: Oh, and Audyssey typically does NOT do a good job at getting your mains (FL/R & CC) in-phase with the subs...it never measures them together so it does not have the information to do so.
Amen to that!
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I had originally thought that Audyssey XT32 did all the sub EQing and correction?
Audyssey can do more harm then good when it comes to sub eq in some situations. The best option is again to download Rew, get a measuring mic, and measure pre and post eq no matter what form of eq it is....I would get the sub placement and response set up the best your room and waf will allow then run Audyssey or whatever form of sub eq you have. THE LESS EQ NEEDED THE BETTER!!
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I have read in some threads that some people who got Antimode ended up disconnecting it because they felt like it neutered the sub. Has anyone used it at all? I'm curious to hear their thoughts.
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To properly time-align multiple subs with the MiniDSP, all you need is a tape measure and a calculator.

Measure the the distance from MLP to furthest sub, measure the distance from MLP to closest sub. Calculate the difference (sub1 is 15', sub 2 is 5', difference = 10'). Use MiniDSP to add 10' of delay to closer sub.

This will get you in the ballpark, you can fine tune while measuring with REW for the smoothest response.

After you get the subs time-aligned with each other, you then run Audyssey (or whatever auto-EQ you have) then perform the sub distance tweak to get the sub "system" in-phase with the CC/main speakers.
Do you need to time align the subs if they are equidistant from the MLP?
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Do you need to time align the subs if they are equidistant from the MLP?
If they are identical, no.
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I have read in some threads that some people who got Antimode ended up disconnecting it because they felt like it neutered the sub. Has anyone used it at all? I'm curious to hear their thoughts.
Not exactly the same, but I introduced a SVS EQ1 into my system a week or so ago and it definitely smoothed out the FR. No overpowering slam anymore.
Sounds are "cleaner" (for lack of a better word), but I did feel like it tamed a tad too much my XS30se.

Maybe I was just used to not so clean bass?... Nevertheless, adding another one should make things better.

Yippee-ki-yay...
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Here is the electrical of our "Room Size" control.

The top curve(virtually flat) is the control set to LARGE.

The bottom curve(with the greatest attenuation) is the control set to SMALL.

Everything in-between is everything in-between on the dial..

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Oh wow I didn't realize it started so high. I thought it only affected around 30Hz and under. I think I'm going to try Audyssey again with it set to Large. Doesn't make any sense why I would have deeper, more powerful bass when setting it ti Small.

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Well I've got my V1500s setup using XT32. Haven't really had a chance to really check these out but my based on my initial listening is deep, clean bass. I tried various locations from mid-side walls to corner placement but finally wound up with front stage. Seemed the best there but I'm sure I will tinker some more.

Very impressive subs Tom!
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Have you measured your response with the EQ1 Cesar?
Yes, I did. I have a mac at home but used my work computer over the weekend to set it all up. Didn't have a chance to actually save the graphs, but I believe I ran the whole calibration process three times, and ended up running my sub hot with the last one.
Didn't have that much time, but remember using REW and being very satisfied with my graph - but my ears didn't like it that much. Hence, my thought about me getting used to "clean" bass?

Who knows, man. I am, indeed, enjoying the system a lot more. And when I add a second sub (and going through those shenanigans again), I'm sure it'll improve things. I want to know what everybody talks about with duals and stuff...

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When you implemented the EQ1, did your overall SPL from the sub drop?

With a flat response, most folks like to bump up the sub trim a few db to bring the whole bottom end back up, essentially creating a "house curve".
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This is going to make for a nice little work desk sub


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