I am getting a 50 Hz spike that's high enough to have an audible distraction coming from my sub woofer. What I would like to know from those in the know is...
1 - what are the possible causes?
2 - what can I do to improve the spike without resorting to a graphic EQ continuously in the loop?
3 - Can I change the "Q" in the parametric EQ via the Velodyne SMS-1 to help with this spike?
I had the same thing with the last sub I had which was the Polk PSW1000 and I currently have the spike with the VMPS larger sub powered by a M1.0t, fed by the SMS-1 as well. 12x14' room, V shaped ceilings running the length of the room, VMPS on marble tile over a rug, placed in the left corner of the rig. Here's a couple of pic's....
All equipment must remain on this wall due to space constraints, so I may have no choice but to put up with it. I don't know, that's why I'm asking those in the know.
I have experimented with a 12db drop at 50Hz on the graphic EQ as well as a drop as far as the SMS-1 will allow and the spike is still effecting a flat frequency curve. Before I go screwing with anything, does anybody have any advice?