Post by starandchlorisse on Feb 10, 2016 6:13:46 GMT
I have been treating my room and will soon post pics and more data,
The room has many bass traps made from Ultra touch in literally every corner and i m taking some preliminary measurements with fuzz measure as I proceed to finish it. I have not treated the rear wall yet completely.
I would like to ask you:
When I measure with fuzz measure I used sweep settings 50 Hz to 20000 or 16000 ( because 50 hz the lowest my speakers can produce) and not the option full range. Every time i measured I got a 50 Hz huge peak as you see in the pics. As much as I tried to move around it was there you can see at the pics. Also all the readings seemed really problematic ---
Later I thought to use full range to see what would happen and all the graphs look better - or at least I think so -
I tested later starting from 90 hz and the graphs were bad again with a huge peak at ...90Hz.
Can I conclude that it is the program that causes these peaks - maybe it amplifies the starting frequency- and the full range measurements look good? I m posting the graphs.
I suggest you measure from 20 Hz because your speakers still have some output below 50 Hz. I have no idea what Fuzzmeasure does for the response below an arbitrary low cut-off frequency. That's a question better suited to Chris Liscio who wrote and supports the software. But if you measure from 20 Hz, which is a good idea anyway, that avoids these questions in the first place.