The software measures incorrect distance between my speakers.




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    Peter Duemmler

    SW measures 1,92m distance and the real distance is 1,50m.

    My speakers are 3-way K&H 0300D, measured directly at the midrange driver.

    Should I just enter 1,50m or should I measure differently to get a result closer to the actual distance (how?)?

    I have a 30" display between (and a bit in front of) the speakers.

    Thanx, Peter

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    Dmitry Kirdin (Edited )

    I've got 3-way speaker KH310a also. I place monitors by woofer inside and tweeter & mid range driver outside. How should I locate mic during measuring?

    [8 O] -left speaker & right speaker - [O 8]

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    Marc Frank (Edited )

    1 suggestion and 1 question:

    I would have saved a LOT of time if anywhere in the process the program would (tell me to) switch to 44.1kHz! Thanks!

    How to measure coaxial drivers? Slightly off-center? I took about 20 measurement approaches now and none of them turned out anywhere correct!?

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    Hi Marc,

    Thank you for your input! We will improve our messaging regarding required specifications before measuring.

    When using coaxial drivers you should still point the microphone to the middle of the speaker.

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    mattias brann

    I have tried 50+ times now at the measure distance between speakers while pointing the mic (34c992) at both left and right. every single time i get the error message saying its not the same distance. I have 44.1khz. I have tried sound 1 and 2. I have tried even moving the speakers a bit, highering mic volume, lowering mic, highering speaker volume, lowering speaker volume. moving display between speakers. Nothing works. Same error message each time and i can't manually override it. What can i do?? New 3-way Lyd48 speakers from dynaudio and Duet sound card.

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    Please change the grafics showing the distance between speakers and listening position.

    It is not absolutely clear if the distance between speakers is from midrande-cone to midrangecone.


    And even more misguiding is the distance between listening chair and speakers. Normally I would suspect the distance to be the legs of the isosceles triangle (which also would be quite easy to confirm the measurement with a meter from the tip of the mic). 

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