Originally Posted by Nick V
I was able to get Dirac working properly. I'm not exactly sure what was causing the issue, but I uninstalled the original version of Dirac Live that I had used in the past with my miniDSP DDRC-22D and I also deleted the mic calibration file for the included NAD mic before trying again.
I then downloaded the mic calibration file again, and loaded it back into Dirac Live 2.2.0 and ran the software from my laptop connected to the wireless network. The included mic was plugged into the laptop. Dirac found my NAD 758v3 with no issues and this time the sweeps ran with no issues. I performed 9 measurements and created filters from there.
For now I'm just using the default filters (which do sound slightly bass-shy to my ears) but I'll tweak the filters a little more later on. I haven't purchased the full version of Dirac yet, so the 6dB bass boost Harman target curves don't really work properly when Dirac isn't correcting the entire frequency spectrum.
With Dirac now running everything is sounding a little more precise and slightly more locked into focus.
I strongly encourage investing in the full version, and if you have a calibrated UMike-1 with that miniDSP unit, use that.
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