Originally Posted by Balbolito
Nice room love the colors too. gave you a thumbs up also on the video!
Tell us how does everything sound? and in short how did you do the calibration for them?
Originally Posted by Rex Anderson
Very, very nice! Congrats!
Originally Posted by m. zillch
Wow. [IMG class=inlineimg]/forum/images/smilies/eek.gif[/IMG] That's an impressive room, thebland.
As far as the sound of the room... just amazing! Note the basement was dug down 12â€™️ to increase the height of theater ceiling and increase dispersion to the seats below. Note also that the walls are splayed at 6 degrees so there are no two opposing parallel walls. And with the stepped ceiling and floor, there are virtually no standing waves with the 8 subs... just power and palpable clean bass. So, with 13 channels of bed channels and 8 on the ceiling, we have a sonic bubble of envelopment and bass that is powerful but never bloated or out of control. Thereâ€™️s not a rattle in the room either. Couple that with a 14.5â€™️ image, itâ€™️s just incredible. The M2s just sing. Even at high volumes, dialogue is comfortable, unsteadiness and clear. The M2s have the best dialog intelligibility Iâ€™️ve ever heard and incredible dynamics and punch.
So, yes, the room sounds amazing and we have a very low noise floor.
Since I have SDP-75 rather than an Altitude, there is no user accessible EQ. But since all my speakers are JBL, we loaded their anechoic data into the SSP and ran an auto calibration. As for the subs, all 8 (4 wisdom mid-bass subs and 4 Seaton F-18s for ULF) are EQâ€™️d via a QSC Q-SYS DSP. Perhaps at some point, JBL will unlock the EQ in the SSP so my calibrator can fine tune things. Or I have a JBL calibrator out to do it (they have access to the internal EQ). But for now, Iâ€™️m really happy with the sound.