^^^Don’t worry too much about the levels on WN0-50hz, they look great and about right. WN0-50hz VS readings just reads lower in level compared to most movie track VS readings, including EOT intro (which EOT intro has VERY strong signals anyway and can be seen on the PVA graph at up around -10 to -5db signals levels, making those tones super-hot and part of the reason it’s considered dangerous and has killed some subs around here on AVS when not careful).
WN0-50hz usually reads about 10db or so lower. So, no worries, mainly it’s just great to show what your TR looks like across the board for intensity levels at all frequencies compared to each other from 0-50hz, as all tones in the WN file are equal in level. This allows you to see if you have any peaks or dips in your TR as well as axis (X,Y, and Z) overlay and is a great way to see it. Just keep in mind that VS (w/ 5lbs anyway on WN0-50hz doesn’t capture well at all below 8-10hz (usually drops off quite hard like a cliff) even if you’re getting strong TR under this area, which we know you probably are as well like Crowson MA’s). This is ok too, you just have to know this, so you don’t freak out and say "WTF, I know I’m getting way better single digit TR than that"!!!! LOL
A REW sweep 0-50hz may show below 10hz a little better. I think it did on Nalleh’s readings the other day IIRC. I haven’t tried a REW sweep on yet on mine.
Also, doesn’t really matter but your settings went back to g^2, so another reason it may look lower in levels to you besides the WN0-50hz file just reading on average about 10db or so lower anyway compared to most movie tracks, and probably even a REEW sweep. So just keep all this in mind when viewing your VS readings for WN0-50.
Also, when you post the readings, try to post it in linear view instead of log. Linear spans it out across the frequencies making it easier to read, otherwise it scrunches it all up and is harder to tell what’s what if that makes sense. You posted your EOT VS in linear, so do it like that.
Also, you’ve got your LPF set around 30hz right (IIRC), which is cool because that’s where you run it normally in your setup for movie watching, so it will reflect this in your reading. If you want to see what it looks like up 50hz as well (or what the BOSS can give above your normal 30hz LPF setting), you may want to run one this way as too. Just a thought, either way is fine.
Anyway, from what I can tell, your WN0-50hz reading looks great. Axis overlay around 27-30hz is pretty even. Above that (Y axis (RED)- forward and back movement) is dominant, and under (Z axis (BLUE) - up and down movement) is dominant, with X axis (GREEN - side to side) being kind of in the middle. I’m sure it feels awesome as you’ve said before
Cool to see this from the BOSS!! Even though the BOSS is shaking the whole platform this way, your seating could be having an effect/influence on this as well and may show differently in different seating with the same BOSS setup. Seating itself can sometimes have a huge effect itself on what your TR readings look like (and feel like) as well IME. With the BOSS, this could be less likely to happen though, but can’t be sure. One way to find out I guess would be to run a VS with the phone on the platform itself. May read similar, or not. Doesn’t really matter since we don’t watch movies this way, but could be interesting to see
Thanks for posting all these VS readings
!!! I really appreciate it and love seeing them (as I'm sure others do as well) and is very informative!!!