Originally Posted by ratbuddy
Cool, try it at the frequencies I said, 990/1000/1010 with 0dB/12dB/0dB, if 1000hz only peaks at like +6dB, maybe try changing the targets to 0/+20/0dB to see if it stays at only 6dB, try changing the frequencies to maybe 900/1000/1100 to see if it can go higher from a less steep slope, just experiments like that
Here are the measurments, and they are without any smoothing, as u can see below in the graphs a boost of 15.db at 1000HZ, gives nearly about 5.db boost in that range, so iam assuming u would need to triple your nr. to get the desired boost level? I will be confirming that with upcoming measurments.
while i was at it also tried to put a boost/shelfing below 20HZ, thinking that it would be a great fix for the hated roll-off below 20HZ, issue with the App., unfortunately that doesn't work i put a +20db. at 10/20HZ. but nothing happen at all (see it the graph below) iam not sure but i think the boost/cut function it doesn't work on the subwoofer at all, again iam gonna be confirming that in an upcoming new measurments, one thing i noticed about the subwoofer channel in the program, is that u can only alter one subwoofer, i have 2 subwoofer but i was able to apply the boost only to one.
Another note, by default the program load the ADY. file with the pointer in FLAT, in actuality u are altering the REFERENCE, just like in the App. the FLAT is unaltered by any change that u made, now and i was only doing this out of curiosity, if u move that pointer to REFERENCE when editing the file, your system will not out put a sound at all when u choose FLAT on the AVR. in other word the FLAT is muted
Blue curve=Unedited ADY. file
Red curve=Edited DY. file