Originally Posted by ahblaza
I would take a quick REW sweep of the CC as well and see if you experience a dip around 70Hz being close to the floor, really not that important since you crossover above 70Hz. You may be able to improve dialog as well with the door stoppers.
I don’t think I’ve ran REW again since I added the V1801’s (trying to avoid the rabbit hole). I finally found my audio happy place the last 6 months and just enjoyed the system. Then I had to shake it all up with the recent additions, but they are definitely changes for the better in the home theater and music department...basically the only two reasons we have these systems.
So far I’m loving the soulful weight and piercing clarity of the 210T’s with an 80Hz crossover (ran 90-100Hz with the 110’s), but I still haven’t had much time to crank these bad boys up and unleash the “power” in Power Sound Audio...hopefully soon.
For brevity, I didn’t even incorporate the MBM’s with this latest calibration (may 86 them all together). I’d like to run the Crowson’s on a line untouched by Audyssey now that I have an extra LFE out freed up; thinking about taking the MiniDSP out of the signal chain while I’m simplifying things to see how I like it.
I work a lot of overtime in the last quarter of the year, and have another baby due any day now, so I’m not sure how much time I’ll have to even calibrate the system further.
I still have to mount the PJ, mess with the CC height (swinging by home depot on my way home this morning for door stops) and move the MLP back a bit if I remove the MBMs behind the couch, so some audio wizardry is definitely in order, trying to keep it somewhat minimal this go around.