Tbh, after reading the bass control user manual and watching a couple of videos where Dirac research explains what it does - It seems to me it's just an automated way to properly set up crossover slopes & delay to ensure proper phase relationship between the subwoofer and woofer.. which most of us are familiar with all ready. Though, it would be cool for Dirac to handle crossover relationships between drivers. I'm willing to bet that in the future miniDSP will accommodate this add-on functionality... Just maybe not in the near future.This is sad.
if you have peaks in that super low midrange. I'd take a look at your midbass enclosure. If its in kicks or in an enclosure. Its too small.Had to retune the crossovers manually and do manual EQ in minidsp. I have some big problem with midbass in the listening position due to the cabin. ( The measurement is perfect when measured nearside in the legs 60-300 very linear). But in the listening position I have a 13db peak from 180-300 Hz in the left midbass and 125-200 peak right side).
Dirac shows this problem, but it still leaves a dip between sub and midbass. So I have to solve this as much as I can first.
There's a new feature In Dirac live 3 called Bass Control. Anyone used it? I don't see it.
Maybe this feature will solve the lack of bass problem.
It's in the doors. The measurement is great when I place the microphone in the legs, but when the mike is at the head position - that where's the problem. The same thing with the doors slightly open.if you have peaks in that super low midrange. I'd take a look at your midbass enclosure. If its in kicks or in an enclosure. Its too small.
Does anyone know where I can get a mic arm that's this flexible or have a similar go to?
those arrive Monday but I also traced down a bad rca wire. Replaced that and now I have the mid bass speakers running but only at half the power I wanted to give them but hey it’s progress.It was nice to meet you last weekend. Got your rca splitters sorted yet?
Hey datooff! Just catching up on this thread now.It's in the doors. The measurement is great when I place the microphone in the legs, but when the mike is at the head position - that where's the problem. The same thing with the doors slightly open.
This is what I have... 25 Inch Webcam Stand - Flexible Desk Mount Clamp Gooseneck Stand for Logitech Webcam C930e,C930,C920, C922x,C922, Brio 4K, C925e,C615 by Pipishell:Amazon:Electronics
Yes, I measured the drivers from the opposite (ex. passenger side) and got reflected results. There is a dip at 400hz too.Hey datooff! Just catching up on this thread now.
Yes!!!!!!! THANK YOU