Originally Posted by AustinJerry
Why do you think the crossover is causing the dip? Did you change the crossover, and did the dip move?
Regardless, a 20dB suck-out from 50Hz to 100Hz must be audible, and suggests you have yet to find the best placement for the sub. Of course, if you really want to improve things, additional subs would be the way to go.
And for future presentation of your measurements, show only 15Hz to 300Hz, which would make the results much easier to analyze.
hey, yeah when I had it on Output 4 (just the sub, right?) that dip @ 80 was not there. Sorry I did not take screenshots or save those measurements but I can measure again.
The dip is anywhere from 10-20db depending on how you look at it lol, but I'm happy for now. I keep waiting on what Tom is cooking up over @ PSA for my next purchase..!
Anyways - this is the first time i'm hooking up the Mini DSP hd. I hooked it up, pulled some levers, undid the levers (just input some numbers on gain in the 20hz realm but think I did it wrong so I reset it), but my question is - am I supposed to have the mini in the chain when I'm running REW?
Just took some measurements and they're looking way out of line with what I had last night.
What is this craziness?
Once I get the mini working properly - will I see my current subwoofers frequency response in the Mini DSP program, so I will be able to adjust peaks and nulls respectively while seeing my FR response in real time?
Will I be looking at the graph in REW, and then making adjustments in the Mini dsp software and then re-measuring with REW , to see if the specific "improvements" took?
Note: again - this FR attached was w/ the Mini in the chain. It did NOT look like that earlier. I hope I didn't break anything! :0