"Try using Room EQ Wizard and calibrated mic for measurements at the listening position. Start with one sub at a time. Even a Radio Shack SPL meter will work with a warble tone CD."
I have 2 custom floor standing monitors Danny just re-worked for me. They are built with down firing 12" sealed servo subs built in to the bases. I have 2 more 12" sealed boxes left over from an older Super V project. I will build out the other 2 subs in the next month and start working on a true "Servo Swarm".
I use a Lyngdorf Digital amp so running Room Perfect is in the plan. I have always considered setting up the Swarm properly daunting. Honestly I never broke it down to setting up 1 sub at a time. I can wrap my head around that. I have always had issues trying to get the phase perfect in outboard subs. I suppose Room EQ wizzard might help with that. I have a good Mic and stand (came with the Lyngdorf TDAI 270). but i think I need a good outboard sound card for the program to work properly. My Dell laptops are not set up for high end audio measuring.
"Has anyone had luck using Room Correction to integrate multiple subwoofers? Doing it manually can be quite a chore.
Bob, The DSP can do miracles on the room, but I don't think there is any shortcut to proper placement, phase, PEQ settings etc. Think I have to spend a Saturday doing measurements and adjusting subs. Then run Room Perfect to lock it in.
Some day, I hope someone will make a digital amp that can switch between Dirac, Anthem, Room Perfect, etc. like Dolby or DTS processing in a HT receiver. It would be nice to pick which one you like best. I'm very happy with Room Perfect, but the audiophile in me wonders if the others offer different flavors of DSP goodness.