What speakers are you using and what frequency are you using as a crossover point?
You don’t want to “do” anything about a dip based on a graph that’s averaged from measurements from multiple speakers. Better to look at each one individually – the problem might be traceable to a single speaker, and that’s the one you want to “do” something about, not all of them.Anything I can do about the 3 dips, especially the one at 200?
very good speakers!!! How old are they? You may have a defective cap in the crossover.M&K S-150's across the front and 2x 18" sealed Dayton subs. They are crossed at 80. The S-150's are THX spec'd speakers designed for 80 cross. Audyssey actually wanted to cross them at 70 if I remember correctly which made no sense to me.
You're correct!!!! I'm just reaching at straws right nowThanks prerich. Yes, i like them and they are pretty old, from when they still made them in the USA. I would have no idea how to check for a bad cap but all 3 have the same FR when tested separately so I would think its something else causing the dip, or they all have a fault...