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Here are my first graphs.
Are these any worse, or much worse from the average bears?
One is just the sub, and the other is sub + mains.
The sub is about to get a couple passive's screwed onto it's sides, in short order.
I just wanted a before and after plot to start!
But, I can't help but feel those large divits are from the room, where there is very little I can change. (according to the boss)
My one question right now is, will the passives on either side of the sub cabinet change the ROOM response much? Maybe since they are propagating 90* to the left and and right of the driver? I realize the passives do not do much above 50hz anyway...


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Here is a graph I just did about 5 feet away from the first one. Not a normal listening position however.
I like this graph ....What did you move, sub or microphone???
I moved the mic to about 4 feet in front of the listening position.
Is there anyway you can move the sub or seats??? ...you stated on the first post that the Boss doesn't agree, but maybe if you show this graphs :innocent:

But the plot looks better (I'm guessing) with them wired out of phase...

I'm so confused...
I'm not an expert on REW, but I got a similar dip on the front row (rear looks good) ...it can be the room :huh:
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