After two years in our new home, I’m finally at a point in my system where I think I’ll be content for a while. I’ve got my RSL C34e’s Atmos speakers installed and my bed layer speakers are in their optimum positions for my room. I’m at 7.1.4 and I have no desire to add more speakers at this time.
So now, it’s time for me to do a Dirac calibration. This will be my first time: since the last time I had Nyal Mellor do it remotely. Before I start the process, I was hoping to get some feedback on any pointers or “lessons learned” from those who have done this to help me be successful. At the moment I’m trying to decide if I want to correct the entire frequency range or just the frequencies below the Schroeder limit (hope I said that right). I’ll gladly accept any comments on that as well to help with my decision. I may go ahead and try it both ways and see which I prefer.
Thanks in advance for sharing. I hope to do my calibration on Monday.
Current Equipment: Datasat LS10 w/ Atmos and DIRAC, ATI AT6005, Audio Control Savoy G3, Aerial Acoustics LR5's (LCR), SR3's sides, LR3's (rears),(4) RSL C34E’s (Atmos), Submersive HP, Marantz VP15s1, 123" diag 16:9 Stewart Cima Neve screen, Oppo BDP-103, Palliser Flicks Seating AC Power: Eaton whole-house surge protector at main panel, (3) 20 amp circuits, Surgex XR315 at equipment rack, Cyberpower 1400VA/900 watt, true sine wave UPS.