I can see both, nothing seems to have actually disappeared.Hmmmz... I posted one and then it disappeared and then I posted the other and then they both appeared.
No, that's a brick bar and it really loads that corner up with bass.is this a fireplace on the left wall here in this pic?
Concrete reflects the bass and that with the underlay and carpet it is probably making for some interesting bass thumps.No, that's a brick bar and it really loads that corner up with bass.
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There's a fireplace in the center of the brick wall behind the couch. It's not been used for 15 years and needs some brick work. This is a converted garage-to-den. There's a concrete floor that is padded and carpeted. I like the acoustics of it, both of my small subs fire down. I tried a side-firing 8" under the tables and didn't like it.
There's a big spike from 45-65Hz. Without EQ:Concrete reflects the bass and that with the underlay and carpet it is probably making for some interesting bass thumps.
Very cool.There's a big spike from 45-65Hz
There's a big spike from 45-65Hz. Without EQ:
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The small subs give me all the bass I need for the music I listen to. I tried to level match them past 100Hz since I run them in stereo (you can switch it back and forth from mono on the SX95, I like it in stereo mode).
Objective reviews have the exact same problems.He has no problems calling bad speakers bad ..... within his own set of qualifiers. But there is no certainty that you would listen to the same speakers in the same room and come to the same conclusions. That's what is bad about subjective assessments; they aren't reliably transferable from one person to another.
Or even a bit too much, actually. +11 dB down there is overdoing it a bit, IMHO.The small subs give me all the bass I need for the music I listen to.
I wouldn't agree with that. You may be missing out on some minutiae (plus there's the variable of placement - e.g. a floorstander is always going to show up more bass-light if presumed free field), but a fair bit is evident if you know how to read them. All a matter of experience. Being able to take some of your own helps in correlating both.You can't tell how a speaker will sound from measurements, only how it performs.