Sorry John, I am still very new to this and really appreciate you commenting on my situation. Is this better?Increase the cutoff frequency for the subwoofer target so that it matches the cutoff of the MBM then redo the optimise for the filters, at the moment the target is not correct for the system.
Gotcha. That's is what I did. My MBM is xo at 80Hz. I did a search for peaks between 20 - 80Hz.Simply set the cutoff in REW to the cutoff of the MBM module, so you can include the peaks that it is responsible for...
You may have missed the point. You measured basically the same level at 32Hz and 100Hz - now, how did you perceive it?play a 32Hz sine wave and had a spl reading of 73dB. If I play a 100Hz wave, the reading only goes to 75dB. Am I understanding correctly that I do not need much of a curve?
Yes, but the idea is for equalized response to track the house curve Target. Another filter centered between 60-70 Hz ought to do it...Once loaded, I applied 1/3 octive smoothing and had REW find the peaks from 20-80Hz and create filters. After optimize PK and adjust PK, I reviewed the filters. REW only created one filter (@ 49Hz). I added a second to boost the 23-31Hz range. So the filters look something like this....
1. PA 49.00 -9 12 for 13.9Hz
2. PA 26.62 +6 17 for 10.7Hz
Am I on the right track now?
I already started today! I am not sure if the slight feeling of nausea is from not eating or too much bass! :bigsmile::jump::jump:, Thank you for sticking with it, weverb. I learned so much from this discussion.:bigsmile:
Line up your demo scenes and music tracks.:T