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  1. REW Forum
    If possible, a checkbox to calculate the distortion only on the visible area of the RTA graph would be excellent. Often measuring at higher frequency rates makes it much quicker, but there's often a rise in noise above 24 or 48khz. An option to limit the distortion, THD and THD+N calculations...
  2. REW Forum
    I would like to run an impedance curve on a device with nominal 4K (yes, 4000 ohm)impedance, with a 10K peak. The system was calibrated, and a measurement made, but the graph limit is maxed at 1000 ohms, so the actual curve is off the top of the graph. The measurement data appears to be valid...
  3. Two Channel Audio
    This Summer I bought a house and now I have my own music room. I've been reading a lot of stuff and I now have my room setup but it seems weird sitting so far back into the room. I'm running just a two channel setup right now as I want to get it perfect before I try again to add a sub. My room...
  4. DIY Screens
    First, how many just-noticeably-different shades of gray do video-players need to produce to correctly/accurately display content? 255? 50,000? 16million? ..It looks like a majority of HD and SD content is 8bit and can display 256 shades. 10Bit content can show around 1000shades while 12bits can...
  5. REW Forum
    Hi. I am trying to get my head around which conclusions can actually be made from measuring a speaker in-room. I have this thought experiment, which I'm not at all sure is even possible in the real world. I'm quite new to measurements, so I don't really have a full understanding of everything...
  6. REW Forum
    :wave: Is there a way to adjust the octave band frequency limits that are used by REW for calculating and reporting sounds levels (measured with the RTA in the REW software)? I am a new user of REW software and am impressed with the many details included. However, I may have missed something...
  7. REW Forum
    While playing with Auto/Manual EQing in REW I see that "Auto EQ" really "stops" after reaching "Flatness Target" not making any attempts to improve the flatness further (without adding new filters). Any plans to decrease minimum "Flatness Target" to say, 0.1 db (or continue optimization without...
  8. DIY Subwoofers - General Discussion
    I had a play last night with some bassotronics and found the limits on my amp. Quite funny really. I had the onkyo on -10db and with the subs calibrated to 80db I played track 6 off the bassotronics album and on the really heavy bass parts the red lights came on and within a few seconds the amp...
  9. Reviewers Private Forum
    Equipment Reviews Payments We are currently paying $75.00 per equipment review. We will most likely limit our equipment reviews to 8 per month (hopefully 2 per week). At this point, we will allow one to two reviews per month per reviewer. This will depend on what is being reviewed and...
  10. DIY Subwoofers - General Discussion
    Due to WAF I am restricted in size to a box that can only support a 12" sub. I already own an M5 IXL 12.2 and an Rlp D4. Considering this is for the family room where it will be used 80% of the time for TV, I'd like to build an inconspicuous enclosure for the corner of my room. The other...
  11. Home Theater Receivers | Processors | Amps
    I remember Craig said the Gizmo 1.0 was limited to an input voltage of 3 volts. Does anyone know if this is peak to peak 3 volts, or is it 3 volts RMS? Reason I am asking is I am seriously considering building in a USB DAC using the bantham board with has a 5 volt p to p output. That is equal...
  12. Movies | TV Shows | Hollywood
    Is there anything more disturbing than not being in control of your own destiny or what happens to you? Even if that tends to be the situation throughout history, it's a difficult thing to come to terms with. We did have a brief decade of "Pax Americana" from 1991 (the collapse of the...
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