JonM Posted March 19, 2022 Share Posted March 19, 2022 I am going to try to take a vacation day Wednesday and use FaceTime to set the room EQ on my Quatros. Trying to avoid calling wife in on this if I can help it. I bought a new old stock meter from ebay. The Radio Shack manual says point the mic at the sound source. That’s not exactly what RV does in the video but maybe that’s because he has to look at the meter, or we don’t get to see all the details. It looks like he holds the mic more vertically. Since I will be using a phone camera and FaceTime, I won’t need to see the meter directly and I have infinite flexibility in mic orientation. My plan is to point the mic at one speaker, calibrate it, then move the mic and point it at the other speaker and repeat. I will be on hands and knees behind the speaker looking at my iPad to see the readings. I plan to build up a stack of books to get the mic at ear height in my listening position. Mic will lay flat on top and point at each speaker. Any other tips and best practices I should know? 2 Link to comment Share on other sites More sharing options...
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