I am new to REW and found that i had a 15db null at 40Hz and 71db at 70Hz. I have dual subs in the left and right corner of a dedicated home theater about 19 feet long and 15 ft wide although it is not totally symmetrical.. I think it is a room mode at 40Hz as eqing has no impact. Anyway, I...
I wonder if I can get a bit of advice re the nulls in the response of my front right speaker.
I put it partially down to me not being able to treat the right wall as there is a window there.
I wonder if there is anything else I can do either behind the speaker on the front wall or at the...
There are a number of programs available that will take your room dimensions and show you where the modal PEAKS are. I have yet to find one that shows where the NULLS are. Anyone know where one might be?
I've just started getting into measuring frequency responses, but I'm excited to see if I can get better sound out of my equipment. My wallet may not be as excited, however. :spend:
This is my setup:
Epik Sentinel, corner loaded (only option for WAF)
Radioshack digital SPL meter
What's the best way to deal with serious dips/nulls?
I have a serious dip at ~43 Hz response and no matter how what filters I set for it, it seems to make no difference, it's the same? I don't get the estimated graphs at all. Somehow in my setup sound gets sucked up at 43 Hz??