Originally Posted by beyond3r
Here are my results.
during Dirac measurement sweep, sub channel sounded normal and when completed the sound is normal too. nothing too soft or too loud.
im puzzled too.
PS. the input gain is slight above 0 db. i capture this just now without doing calibration.
If the top screenshot is the level-setting screen immediately prior to running the calibration, then you are doing things incorrectly.
First of all, the input gain is way too low
. You should start the process by setting all individual channel level sliders to zero
. Next, set the master output slider to its lowest setting. Then gradually raise the input gain until it just starts registering on the indicator. Typically the input gain should fall between zero and +20, closer to +20. Once the input level is set properly, start the test tone for the left channel and gradually raise the master output slider until the signal is in the middle of the green area (or -12 on the indicator). Then, without changing the input level or the master output level, check all the other channels to see if they also register close to -12. If any of the main channels
are significantly lower than -12, you may use the individual channel level slider to adjust the output. Do NOT use the sub channel slider if the sub channel is higher or lower than -12--exit DLCT and adjust the sub gain matching higher or lower as required. Then start DLCT again and see if the sub level is correct. Repeat the process until the sub level reaches -12 without
any adjustment in the channel level slider.
I have a calibration guide linked in my sig. Evidently you did not refer to the guide when you ran your calibration. Start over.