Using a timing reference for phase graphs

DrMichael

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McIntosh MX160
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McIntosh MC8207
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Oppo 203
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Martin Logan Motion 60XT
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Martin Logan Motion 50XT
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Martin Logan Motion 40
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SVS PB13 Ultra x 2
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LG OLED e6
When trying to match the crossover phase of the subs and mains is it better to use no timing reference or to use the acoustical timing reference option? They yield different results. Thank you.
 

jtalden

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Rotel RMB-1066 6 chnl P-amp x 2
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Da-Lite Da-Snap 39105V - 92"
An acoustical timing reference is necessary to compare the phase response between 2 driver measurements. The reference channel must be the same for both measurements.
 
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