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Old 29th October 2018
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If I understand correctly, when you play each speaker individually there is no dip? If so, than you most probably have no problem.

The dip is a result of the mic not being perfectly centered in between the speakers, so the signals from L and R speakers reach it with a small time difference - and that creates interference.

In any case, that measurement setup is not a perfect replication of "listening with two ears". I.e, you don't experience the dip while listening with two ears, with a (hopefully) head in between