I have been reading as many FAQ and threads I can and still have no idea what Bi-amping is all about. I must be thick. I like playing with my "toys" and tweak things. Using a PC generated sweep program as well as using my AVIA DVD I use my ears and my "cheap" Radioshack Sound level meter. Both my ears and my meter agree I am actually quite flat from 800 to well beyond my hearing (14K yes I am over 50). I am trying to solve 2 challenges:
1) Bass too high +3to +6 db (some resonances but not what the main issue is) from 20 to around 150hZ (this is where the level matches the level at 800) I got the low end 150hz and lower to be as stated can't seem to get better but not bad, To get this I set the Mains (my TSI400's) to small and bass to SWFR on my Yamaha receiver so 80hz and below including LFE is all sent to and handled by my subwoofer. Seems like the 50hz subwoofer roll-off and the amplifier roll-off or both are not fast enough my subwoofer is 12db/octave no idea what the Amplifier's is. Any ideas on how to improve this?
2) Main issue (no pun intended) is between 150 to 800. From 150 (-3db) 500 (-8db) 800 (-3db).
Can I use the Bi-amping to improve this and if so how is this done. Link appreciated to thread if there is one.
Thanks all and HAPPY NEW YEAR :)
sorry if this post is confusing I am not all that experienced.