- thank you for sharing your in-room measurements. It would be nice if the vertical scale was 5 dB per div, but I am grateful. Not sure what is happening there at 1 kHz... For sure, Salon2 very nice loudspeaker. Still would love to see some step responses, as it is the timing response where things become real interesting.
- I have used moving mic measure, beamforming techniques, multi-seat, near field anechoic only, averages at the listening location, etc. I have also tried several DSP packages, both commercial and open source and the ones mentioned in this thread. Not all are created equal.
Just to show that one analysis measurement that is used to generate the eq FIR filter can work across multiple locations:
Here I took 14 measures of both the left and right speakers, across a 6' x 2' grid. Meaning for each location, both the left and right speakers were measured:
My listening room has a couple of acoustic panels, but largely untreated and definitely on the live side. My stereo is offset from center to one side of the room. The DSP helps equalise the balance so that the phantom stereo center is indeed dead center.
As mentioned, not all DSP packages are equal and a lot is left up to the practitioner, where the first mistake made is typically over equalization. Which is one of the reason I wrote a guide in the first place. As with everything audio, there are multiple ways to arrive at similar destinations.
for sharing your measures, as that was my original question.