Why do you keep the BBC dip (at 2kHz) in your target curve? Not really needed for most speakers anymore or does your speaker need it?Recalibrated my system with the latest MultEQ-X 1.5 version with the ACM-1X calibrated mic. There are some new features available that directly affect the EQ algorithm, which cannot be reproduced in the phone app:
- Disable auto leveling, which lets you set a correct target curve across speakers and subwoofers
- EQ headroom expansion and cut limit control, which allows Audyssey to apply stronger EQ
After verification with REW, I'm quite happy with the results, getting curves that are true to the target. I'm not bothering with REW filter import now.
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You could also experiment with a Harman style target curve.