Yes, you forgot to run the Calibrate SPL routine after you ran the Check Levels routine.Is there a reason why its not coming anywhere close to my target. From looking at other ppl's graphs, there coming alot closer to the 75 db target
On that scale, the highest level that the meter can register would be 76dB before it clips.My spl was set on 70db
You'll want to familiarize yourself with ETC graphs then and concern yourself with a range above 100Hz. Take a peak at this post.I've build 8-4 inch acoustic absorbing panels for first reflections
Yes. The 80dB range allows more room for peaks in the response above the 75dB that you have calibrated at. When you are calibrating (Check Levels + Calibrate SPL), the needle is indeed a bit hard to read at 75dB on the 80dB range, but it isn't critical to be exact on the 75dB.So I'll use 80 db range but calibrate it to 75db?
Well, it certainly looks like you could benefit from some equalization. EQ would help bring down the 40 Hz and 70 Hz peaks. Also, your extension (after EQ) only gets down to ~30 Hz, which is pretty poor for home theater (but not so bad for music). Maybe you could benefit from either a better sub, or a better location of the one you have.This is my first rew graph, I'm not sure how to read it, if anyone can give me feedback on it that be great