Thanks Wayne! :hail::hail::hail:REW has a function that will off-set the traces for easier comparison...
That rear w/ filters is the best-looking one you've done yet. :T
Went back and remeasured these and made a few minor tweaks. I was able to still hear a slight "boomyness" to male voices while watching Iron Man. I mostly noticed it with Downey's voice once in a while. Any suggestions? Or is it just from having the center located in a cabinet?The graphs for both mains and center show an overall sag in response between about 2 kHz and 10 kHz. It would probably make a noticible improvement in SQ to shore that area up a bit with a broad filter.
Thanks Wayne.... I only need four filters total. I could probably use just the Symetrix 551E, but I like the ease of use of the YDP. The YDP is much quicker and easier to make adjustments. I just wish it went lower. :bigsmile:An EQ solely dedicated to the octave between 10-20 Hz - now there's a man who takes his subwoofer equalizing seriously! I think you've taken subwoofer equalization to new highs, weverb. Or maybe I should say new lows...