interesting, could you show the before and after EQ results?I've been using RoomEQ wizard to calibrate the FR via EQ APO.....I've had great success with this in the past, but it hasn't helped with my m16s on this occasion.
However, I'd like try these speakers in a bigger room to see how much my current listening room is a factor...
The measurement looks a bit strange to me (I also own and use the M16), may I ask:
correction to in room flat at MLP isn't a good idea, also not good for full range correction.... try to do only cut only EQ below 200hz and leave the others intact should be much better
Let us know how it goescool, will try the suggestions out.
I'd also suggest to unplug the ports - especially if you don't have a sub. Room EQ and loudspeaker positioning should take care of the bass bloom, and the port should give you more headroom and LF extension.Measurements are with both rear ports stuff with acoustic foam and around 2 meters out from from wall...
Same here . I replaced Dali Spektor 2’s with M16’s and loving them. The Dali’s are very good by the way. Using them with a Cambridge CXA61I've been using an Android phone as a streamer for years and just recently gained the ability to connect to my work computer instead (Spotify HQ--> E50). My lord, I swear that bumping the Android audio processing out of the chain has made a very notable difference in the audio quality, not so much night and day per se but much better in terms of dynamics and general clarity.
Now, I put that comment in here because I have M16s on my desk and feel they represented any change very well but ended up swapping them out for some B&W 607s that a friend insisted I try... my lord, that was an unpleasant time. Putting the Revels back on the desk just made it clear how pleasing and effortless these speakers are. I'm not a big EQ guy so only a couple of db down on that midbass hump and the magic is just there, no fuss and no muss. Very nice to just relax and enjoy the music without reaching for EQ every song.
While I was doing measurements on my pair I noticed that after around 0,75m/2,5ft away there is no significant change to the direct sound response. So 5ft/1,5m should definitely be more than far enough.What’s the closest you’d position these for listening?
Could you get away with 1.5m (5’)?