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Re: Analyzing different smoothing graphs

I removed the description and it uploaded.

This is the mdat file from the 0-deg graph.
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For the life of me I don't know why the Mic input reverted back to default for the input, I noticed that after reviewing the last mdat upload.

Here we go, everything should be in check now. Thanks for your patience.

This is pointed at the speakers, listening position.
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Re: Analyzing different smoothing graphs

I thought that last graph showed a sharp drop in the treble. Only thing I noticed was that the sub was selected to check levels and not main speakers. There is a gremlin in this laptop I swear.

Took 3 more measurements with another corrected setting and it seems to make a difference.

Sorry guys.
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I have the calibration file from Dayton, not sure of their orientation.
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Sorry if I have misunderstood...is the "0 deg" terminology pointing up or forward? My 0 deg graph is with the mic pointed at the speaker.
Yes, 0-degree is for pointing the mic at the sound source. Dayton’s file can be assumed to be 0-degrees, unless it specifies otherwise.

Pretty significant difference above 5 kHz compared to the previous measurement. The graph says things should sound bright, not laid-back as you mentioned in the opening post...

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Pretty significant difference above 5 kHz compared to the previous measurement. The graph says things should sound bright, not laid-back as you mentioned in the opening post...

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Yes, I agree. I listened again last night and it wasn't bad at all. Could be that I was listening before a few feet back and it just seemed like someone took the last 2 eq sliders (don't have one) and moved them down a notch. Could be the new XLR cables having a few hours on them....who knows. In the sweet spot it's good, back a few feet on the couch things change.

At least I know the system is working and the room acoustics are playing quite a factor.
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