RX3070 7.1,Epson 5040,SilverTicket 120" 2.35.1 woven,CAP4000x1,CAP1400x2,MT-110X7
Can you please explain the distance tweak you illustrated sir?
The variances in your response curve are less than 10dB, which is quite normal.Here is with the sub gain adjusted for a flat response and I moved the crossover point to 100hz from 80hz to help improve the dip around the XO point...
Everything looks descent but, the 60-800hz range is still pretty uneven.
Yes, I did that yesterday but, just fine tuned it again. I get the smoothest response by using a 90hz XO and I moved the sub distance from 16.8' to 15.5'. Here are the results in 15-300hz(no smoothing) and full range(15-20000hz) with 1/6 smoothing with XT32 Flat turned on...Subwoofer distance tweak.
Doing sweeps of the center channel while increasing or decreasing the subwoofer distance in the avr menu can smooth out the xover region.
can be done with the center channel or the L/R depending on if your focused on movie's or music.
Allot of times you can save the set up for both and jump back and fourth depending on what content your consuming.
I think your response graph looks It's just Suttle tweaks from here on out.congrats!
That is good but, I'd still like to get it better. I haven't experimented with the Audyssey Pro App Curve Editor yet or with Ratbuddyssey. Once I get my acoustic panels and bass traps installed as well as a MiniDSP 2x4 HD installed I will revisit this and really dial it in. For now, I am going to keep working on my measurement setup to try and get 5.1 to work. Thanks again for all your help Jerry and I really appreciate you taking the time to make this great guide.The variances in your response curve are less than 10dB, which is quite normal.
Thanks SB, it's been a lot of work and I still have more to do as some are covered up by EQ.It's great that you've eliminated the nulls as that's a key step that many can't get past.
Now, the response looks a little round to me. In my SQ testing, a rising, but flat line from 100 Hz on down is better than a rounded one. The roundness always sounded a little tubby to me. See how it sounds with music.
Yeah, I will definitely try it both ways. Luckily my subs have DSP as well that allow me to quickly switch between Movie/Music/Night modes via phone app. Here's what they look like in listed order from top to bottom...After looks better to my eyes, but make sure you listen to some music that you're familiar with to see what you think. Also it would be easier to see if you showed the bass as just 15-300 Hz.
Yeah, I have the bass pretty high(about 8db above Audyssey's setting) as I generally like lots of punch and can always lower it depending on content. I have never had 2 powerful subs before as well and am really enjoying it lol.My money is on red, though the level seems a bit high. There's quite a discontinuity in your upper bass, too. That is usually the area where speaker placement and distances to walls messes things up.
Yeah, room and setup compromises aren't fun but, often necessary...It's tough. The best thing you can do is put broadband absorption to the sides and behind your speakers to make the walls disappear. That may or may not be possible in your room.