I've been playing with REW trying to integrate two dissimilar subs (without much success...). Looks like my SVS sub response is pretty decent, and maybe a bit better with Audyssey implemented. In another forum, AlanP suggested the Sub Distance Tweak to reduce the dip at 89 Hz. My speakers are crossed at 80Hz. I was thinking there might be a "quick and dirty" REW approach to the tweak: have REW generate an 89 Hz sine wave, put the UMIC-1 into mic stand, then maintain height and move the stand both forward and backward and monitor SPL to see if SPL raises (or decreases). If I get an appropriate increase, I could measure the distance, then enter that distance into the sub distance field in my AVR and recheck. Would this work? If not, why not?
Thanks for any input!
Denon AVR-X3400H, Chane A5.4 LR, Chane A2.4 center, Polk RC85i in-wall side-surround, NHT Super One rear surround, SVS PB-12 NSD, HSU-VFT-1, LG OLED 55B6A