Originally Posted by GIK Acoustics
Try moving your speakers around in all directions. If the null gets deeper, changes frequency, or goes away you will at least know where it's coming from
its because of the rooms size i think. i will move the speakers as closer as possible to the wall and the basstraps since my room its not that big. do u think this will help? i will keep an equilateral triangle bettween the speakers and the sweet spot
i am also not sure if i understand how i can use these readings and how to take correct these readings.
for example. both speakers have to be placed to a mirrored symmetrical way to different directions and take measurements? also in all measurements the mic should be in the sweet spot?
Originally Posted by PaulRain
first of all the monitor should not stay behind the screen, then I think you should try to move the monitors much closer to the front wall
yeah i will do move the monitors a bit more to the back and closer to the wall so i can make my the triangle a bit bigger for better stereo image.
about the screen i have seen many studios having the monitors behind the computer screen