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3 way full active system 5 years 3 months ago #14697

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Dear Lady's and Gentleman's,

I just received my Minidsp 10*10 :D

First my setup:
1. Amplifier
Yamaha rx-v673
Mivoc AM80
2. Chassis
Tweeter HT 270 VF6
Mid Tweeder Swans L6-R4
Bass Mivoc AWM124
3. Minidsp

The Yamaha is modified 7 preout and 7 ins
The Mivoc module also no more subsonic filter

Actually the components are connected and adjusted as follow:

Tweeter
Pre out Front R,L - Minidsp 1,2 - In Front R,L
Mid Tweeter
Pre Out Front R,L - Minidsp 3,4 - In SB R,L
Bass
Pre Out Front R,L - Minidsp 7,8 - AM80

Tweeter 2300Hz 48Db/okt up to possible
Mid Tweeder 110Hz 12DB/okt up To 2250 48HZ/okt
Bass 0Hz up to 100Hz 48Db/okt

Yesterday I have done some single measurements with each chassi.
It was not possible to measure with 83db because I live in a rental and it was at night at 11pm

What I do not understand is the perfect measuring procedure
What should I du first?
1.Time alignment?
2. Phase correction?
3. Eq?
4. Something else?

Hop full someone can help me
Best regards Paul
Sorry for my English this is not my grown up language
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3 way full active system 5 years 3 months ago #14724

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Paul,

Good stuff and welcome to the community!
there are some very good app notes here:
www.minidsp.com/applications/digital-cro...s/stereo-34way-xover
www.minidsp.com/applications/acoustic-me...speaker-measurements
Make sure that you read them.

Time alignement is quick and simple to do but start by setting your crossovers first based on your speaker setup. You can do EQ afterward.

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