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First measurement, with no correction applied (AVR EQ off)
This is at MLP
This is at MLP
Yessir, 0.9ohm technically. They're dual 3.6ohm vc. I'll see what I can do with the phase and delay. Honestly I can't believe how unfortunate it is that it only really appears right there! Dang! We'll get it sorted out. Oh darn I need to build another supplemental sub... haha love it. Let's see what else I can do first though.Congrats on finishing. So you wired the speakers to a 1ohm load to the amp??
The suckout is may be a placement, happens when you can't move things around. It's quite large and is a fairly typical problem area. Sometimes moving MLP a foot will fix it or at least improve it
.Adjusting phase/delay may or may not help. If I remember you cant build another anywhere so a sealed sub in another spot would be the last resort if it cant be sorted.
Eq them as 1 sub, that's what it is.
Unfortunately, moving the large L sofa forward or back may be just as futile of a task. It's already in the optimal position for room layout really. I mean moving backward would put us further from the TV and close off the traffic area so I don't like that. Moving the whole thing closer seems like an OK idea to me with the exception of the very front seat of the couch will be looking almost 90 degrees to the TV. Honestly, nobody ever sits there. I'll see what I can do!Ok, so unfortunately no amount of EQ will be able to fix the null in your current seat, it would be a futile experiment. Is it possible to move your seat forward or back a bit? If not a full 2’, even just 1’?