Ok fella's so I've got some questions. I just redid my speaker configuration and I'm totally lost as to how to get rid of a MASSIVE dip in my response.
I ran XT32 and left everything default and ran a Graph using my Right speaker + sub. It is the Brown One. Decently even response but given I have a sealed sub was confused why it wasnt better.
So I cranked the gain on my UM18 4 cubic foot box paired with a bridged Crown XLS2000 sub. Still no real change in the under 80hz stuff.
So I looked and XT32 set my Fronts to Large. So I set them to Small and left the Crossover at 40hz and took another measurement, the green one. The sub gain is at 100% so thats why its a MASSIVE increase, and I dont anticipate keeping it there.
Here is where I am annoyed.
The MASSIVE dip around 53hz wont ever seem to go away. I'm open to suggestions as to combat it, or if its even a big deal, but I've never been able to get rid of it.
In the past I think I've tried the following things to no avail, but I'm open to trying them again:
-Changing the distance of my sub foot by foot (forwards and then backwards) and seeing how it adjusts, but IIRC not a lot changed.
-I adjusted the Crossover settings on my fronts from 40hz all the way up to 100hz in increments of 10 but all that happened was that there started to get to be a dip around 90hz that caused other issues
Any thoughts or suggestions welcomed. I have pics of my layout in my signature. Some slight furniture changes just happened but the room is pretty much the same.