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Did I do my room measurements correctly?
Old 7th September 2019
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Did I do my room measurements correctly?

So I have absolutely no idea if I got this right but I gave it my best shot. I got a lot of help from some users on this forum and from some videos online so I think I was able to follow protocol.

I will attach my measurements. Could someone please either give me a hand with the results or if I did something wrong to please give me a nudge so I can give it another shot.

thanks a lot!
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File Type: mdat Roommeasure.mdat (2.92 MB, 19 views)
Old 8th September 2019
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Please measure L, R, L+R (and L+Sub, R+Sub, L+R+Sub if you have one) separately and label the measurements so it's obvious what is what. A little bit of extra info in the notes that will help you in a year to understand what you measured back then would also be nice.
Old 9th September 2019
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Several threads

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Originally Posted by johannburkard View Post
Please measure L, R, L+R (and L+Sub, R+Sub, L+R+Sub if you have one) separately and label the measurements so it's obvious what is what. A little bit of extra info in the notes that will help you in a year to understand what you measured back then would also be nice.
Hi Johann,

Camomile has several threads going on but added more info in this one yesterday.


FR vs Waterfall chart for analyzing room measreuments

I suggest all involved concentrates their efforts on that thread

Ake
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