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KEF LS50 WII in Room Measurements

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jstownse

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So I'm back at this after a bit of a break. I've only been getting the microphone out when my girlfriend goes into the office which is only once a week now, and was zero the last few weeks. I took some feedback to increase the amount of samples for the moving mic method, I didn't get up to the dozens, but I did ten. I also took measurements of the left and right separately.

The interesting thing to me here is the right speaker is higher on the db scale, I assume this is from its position in the corner of the room versus the left?

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Soon I'm going to try to implement some EQ into Equalizer APO and see what the measurements show on vs off and if I can actually hear any different or improvement. This has been kind of a fun tinkering experiment and I'll take it a bit further, but I'm probably just going to end up listening to them "as is" 95% of the time.
 

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Corner loading gives higher SPL in the bass. Most problematic is the asymmetry and early reflections from the right side-wall vs. ”no reflections” from the left.
 
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