Blackdevil77
Mark, just looking for a little advice on setting the sub delays/distances with my AVM60 by ear since the AVM60 doesn't do it automatically. I tried to do it by ear and was going by how much bass I heard/perceived at the MLP and came to set the sub distances to 2 feet. The Left and right speakers, which are at about the same physical distance as the subs, are set at 8 and 9 feet. They're JBL 708is at the moment and they have DSP processing of their own via a crown DCi network amp. Does this seem possible or do I likely have the delay set drastically wrong?
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audioguy
I'm not Mark, but I HIGHLY recommend you get some measuring software/gear like REW or OmniMic.  Trying to do this by ear may not be impossible but close to it.  Just my opinion and having years of "experience" diddling with sub placement.
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Blackdevil77
audioguy wrote:
I'm not Mark, but I HIGHLY recommend you get some measuring software/gear like REW or OmniMic.  Trying to do this by ear may not be impossible but close to it.  Just my opinion and having years of "experience" diddling with sub placement.


Yeah that's what I'll end up doing eventually. Doing everything by ear is just temporary. 
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Thomas_Smith
Blackdevil77 wrote:
Mark, just looking for a little advice on setting the sub delays/distances with my AVM60 by ear since the AVM60 doesn't do it automatically. I tried to do it by ear and was going by how much bass I heard/perceived at the MLP and came to set the sub distances to 2 feet. The Left and right speakers, which are at about the same physical distance as the subs, are set at 8 and 9 feet. They're JBL 708is at the moment and they have DSP processing of their own via a crown DCi network amp. Does this seem possible or do I likely have the delay set drastically wrong?



Well, i have Genesis 928 subs placed right behind of my left Revel M20 speaker and there is no real difference in distance from the listening seat. Have you got the same problem?
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