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In Reply to: RE: A different look today posted by E-Stat on December 19, 2020 at 07:41:15
Looks similar to our LR sectional, nice.
experimenting with a number of different pair of subwoofer positions and the myriad high pass/low pass/subwoofer level/parametric EQ settings.
Room has some modes and cannot use the small forest of bass traps implemented upstairs in the music system. Still in all, achieved a relatively flat response in the Schroeder frequencies with few offending spikes in this third octave plot. Overall result is +/- 3 db down to the sub cutoff below 30 hz. Initial results were not so pretty!
You've got 11 data points there. You can't tell jack sh** from that.
your ever helpful advice.
Do you ever listen to music or just look at charts?
You're the one that posted the chart.
I mean, if you're going to measure speakers/room, you probably should do it with some contemporary tools from the 21st century. :)
Get your feet wet with REW.
I don't what?
You're getting all turned around and confused. (Understandable considering your mentality.)
I suggest to do much more measuring and much less listening. You'll become a much more accomplished audiophile. :)
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I think Carnegie Hall was built without (before measuring techniques) and Philharmonic Hall with 20th century knowledge/techniques. We all know how that went, and continues going in the case of PH.
It means (if it really needs explaining) that using millions of dollars and at great inconvenience, acoustical engineers with all their tools and measurements resulted a hall that sounded like s**t, whereas intuition alone produced a world class hall which remains among the world's best. (Additionally ~20 years ago a touch-up up CH's appearance, according to many listeners, damaged its sound.)
for ascertaining the quality of music reproduction than many of us do.
Even got temporarily banned at ASR on the LRS thread for his bubbly personality. ;)
Wonder about the acoustics here .
What part of my 'defense' of the LRS on ASR did you disagree with?? :)
You might wonder but, you wouldn't know, would you? :)
Wanna see some charts of my room measurements? :)
you just pissed off the delicate sensitivities of Amir with your usual internet persona.
Sorry, have zero interest in seeing any of your charts or any other parts. Your call. Demonstrate as you will.
Love the wall to wall glass and blinds. ;)
I suggest to do much more measuring and much less listening.
It's all a matter of priorities. I don't share your dependence upon numbers. If that works for you, great. :)
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