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Hz calibration ok?

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Gi guys its me again. I justo instala all the equipment and my onkyo receiver during the test put this results....are the ok or i have to up or down the hz?

Klipsch rp250f

Klipsch rp250c 

Klipsch rs52 

Klipsch rp150m 

Klipsch 120sw

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Yes, the results there are within reason. However, AccuEq isn't exactly the most accurate of room correction softwares. I'd recommend trying to experiment with different crossovers and sound settings on your Onkyo.

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16 hours ago, HenrikTJ said:

Yes, the results there are within reason. However, AccuEq isn't exactly the most accurate of room correction softwares. I'd recommend trying to experiment with different crossovers and sound settings on your Onkyo.


I second the comment about not being accurate.  Your 'crossover' points look decent. As a matter of taste, some prefer to bump the numbers up on the front channels to allow more to roll onto the sub.  Now whether it actually measured your 'Room-EQ' correctly is another story.  

 

AccuEQ seems to be good at measuring 'Distances'.  And possibly decent at setting 'levels' of the rear channels as opposed to your fronts.  But for me it would always jam the LFE 'Sub' channel way higher than it should.  So the sub will boom boom boom at points you don't want.

 

I finally used another method of 'Room-EQ' with a computer calibration mic.

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