Please take a look at my graphs. Please?

mladia

Registered
Thread Starter
Joined
Aug 19, 2020
Messages
12
40906
40907


What can be done to further improve sound in my Home Theater? I ran Audyssey, then ran REW with MiniDSP and UMIK-1. Did the filters for my 2 Dayton Sub1200 and a smaller Jamo. Please be kind. It is my first attempt :cool:
 

AJ Soundfield

Member
Joined
May 21, 2017
Messages
236
Location
Tampa
My AV System  
Preamp, Processor or Receiver
Yamaha RXA800, Denon AVR-X4500, Lexicon MC10
Main Amp
Hypex Ncores
Additional Amp
Abacus Ampino, Triode Corp TRV-35SE
Computer Audio
AudioEngine D2
DAC
NAD M51
Universal / Blu-ray / CD Player
Yamaha BDA1010
Front Speakers
Soundfields
Center Channel Speaker
Soundfields, KEF Q150
Surround Speakers
Soundfields
Surround Back Speakers
Revel M16
Subwoofers
Soundfield Cardioid Rythmik Servo
Other Speakers or Equipment
AVA ABX
What can be done to further improve sound in my Home Theater?
For just you/your seat, or over the listening area where others may sit?
 

AJ Soundfield

Member
Joined
May 21, 2017
Messages
236
Location
Tampa
My AV System  
Preamp, Processor or Receiver
Yamaha RXA800, Denon AVR-X4500, Lexicon MC10
Main Amp
Hypex Ncores
Additional Amp
Abacus Ampino, Triode Corp TRV-35SE
Computer Audio
AudioEngine D2
DAC
NAD M51
Universal / Blu-ray / CD Player
Yamaha BDA1010
Front Speakers
Soundfields
Center Channel Speaker
Soundfields, KEF Q150
Surround Speakers
Soundfields
Surround Back Speakers
Revel M16
Subwoofers
Soundfield Cardioid Rythmik Servo
Other Speakers or Equipment
AVA ABX
You would have to answer my question about seating responses. You show a single measurement
 

mladia

Registered
Thread Starter
Joined
Aug 19, 2020
Messages
12
You would have to answer my question about seating responses. You show a single measurement
You are correct. I had one mic placement. What can I do to improve sound on MY seat? Thank you for taking time btw.
 

AJ Soundfield

Member
Joined
May 21, 2017
Messages
236
Location
Tampa
My AV System  
Preamp, Processor or Receiver
Yamaha RXA800, Denon AVR-X4500, Lexicon MC10
Main Amp
Hypex Ncores
Additional Amp
Abacus Ampino, Triode Corp TRV-35SE
Computer Audio
AudioEngine D2
DAC
NAD M51
Universal / Blu-ray / CD Player
Yamaha BDA1010
Front Speakers
Soundfields
Center Channel Speaker
Soundfields, KEF Q150
Surround Speakers
Soundfields
Surround Back Speakers
Revel M16
Subwoofers
Soundfield Cardioid Rythmik Servo
Other Speakers or Equipment
AVA ABX
Take another 2 measurements 6 inches on either side of where the mic was. You don't want to correct based on a single point.
Gently cut only peaks, ignore sharp dips. For example only, using your single measurement above, a cut around 5-6db centered around 90hz, 55 and 54hz. It need not be "flat", it can slope upwards as you go lower towards 20hz. Listen with familiar music tracks each adjustment, to make sure you're not overdoing it.
 
Top Bottom