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Discussion in 'Home Cinema Speakers' started by stevegreen, Mar 25, 2004.

  1. stevegreen

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    ......do one of those graphs showing frequency response of my sub?

    I am borrowing an SPL meter and an AVIA set up disc and not only do i want to set up all of my speakers correctly but also produce a graph showing the frequency/room response of my REL Q200e sub.

    I assume that i will have to turn off all of my speakers apart from the sub and then do a frequency sweep and record the numbers. Is it then a case of sticking the information into Excel and producing a graph?

    I am assuming that this will also help me ascertain the crossover point between my sub and mains to get the very best out of my setup?
     
  2. Ian J

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    I was so busy chatting to you on MSN this afternoon that I missed this post. Keep all the speakers switched on as it is the integration of sub and speakers that is important.

    I will email you the spreadsheet
     
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    Cheers Ian :smashin:
     
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    What are the chances of making the spreadsheet public domain in a sticky?

    It's no good to me yet, but when SPL meters become available again it would be useful!
     
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    The spreadsheet is on the snapbug site and can be downloaded here
     
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