Don't get wrapped too far around the axle chasing measurements. Your ears and brain will do a phenomenal job of processing what looks like a mess in REW. You bought well measuring speakers and have decent room correction. Put the laptop away and enjoy your room. Chasing REW can be a futile experience. I spent days - literally days - moving absorption panels, pushing four subs to the front, to the back, to the sides over and over. I played the hokey-pokey dance with my speakers by doing "put the left toe in and the right right toe out then move them all about", etc etc. I would make a tweak in the MiniDSP, remeasure, wash and repeat over and over and over again. I saw what I perceived to be marked improvements in my graphs. I mean wow, look at those overlay differences!!!
I invited the wife and many others in for the BIG reveal demo of my two day acoustical-engineering excellence project to get the following feedback, "Ummmmmm, I don't mean to be rude, but I don't really hear a difference. What did you do again? Can we go now?"
Last edited by Molon_Labe; 01-06-2020 at 08:29 AM.