Yeah thanks Dave. Honestly I think it's looking pretty damn good mate!I changed it to logarithmic I believe. Does this look correct? I never knew that button existed for that reason I was on my way out the door on the way to work so I didn’t have time to post it on the computer so I just took a snapshot on my phone. I also want to point out that these two subs are in the best location in my room and both of those subs are against the thickest walls And you can see that even being boosted by 2 dB, which it was in this picture, my very low bass is nowhere near as cooked with the house curve as some other peoples rooms. It’s just the cards I’m dealt. My room really accentuates midbass. I should also point out that my room size knob is all the way to the maximum for this, imagine if I turned it down to lowest
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IMHO your LF drop-off looks much less exaggerated when the graph is set to logarithmic (which is how it should be set for sweeps) ,when set to linear it looks like it drops off a cliff at 22hz when really you have a fairly shallow roll-off.
Even though your response is down a few dBs by 10hz (as is mine) I guarantee this will still add some "weight" to tracks that have content down there.
I bet 13 hours will sound awesome, that FR looks like it's made to reproduce some high-calibre gun fire scenes!