Getting Started with Manual Calibration and REW – Table of Contents

ChapterSectionSub-Sections
IntroductionWhy Manual Calibration
Why REW
Understanding the End to End ChainRoom InteractionsIntroduction
Bass Frequencies
Early Reflections
Reverberations
High-Frequency Build Up
Time-Alignment
Receiver Setup – Manual CalibrationSpeaker Wiring / Phase
Speaker Distance / Delay
Speaker Levels
Speaker Crossovers
EqualisersEqualiser Types
Parametric Equalisers (PEQ)
Graphic Equalisers (GEQ)
Internal EQ Modules
External EQ Modules
External EQ and Room Correction
Introduction to REWInstallation & SetupEquipment You Will Need
how to Choose a Microphone
Installation on Windows
Installation on MacOS
After Installation Config
How to Configure Your Receiver
Basics of REW User Interface Introduction
Microphone Positioning
Running Your First Sweep
Using Charts
Reading Frequency Response
Reading the Waterfall Chart
Reading the Spectrogram
Introduction to CalibrationBasics of CalibratingCore Principes
Calibrating Subwoofers
Calibrating Main Speakers
Subwoofer ExampleRunning Sweep
Reading Results
Creating Filters
A Note on Filter Design with Limited PEQs
Inputting Filters into EQ and Checking Results
Multiple Listening Positions
Multiple Listening Positions – Example 1
Multiple Listening Positions – Example 2
Main Speaker ExampleRunning Sweep
Reading Results
Creating Filters
Inputting Filters into EQ and Checking Results
Option 1. Broad Filters
Option 2. More Precise filters
Afterword
Appendix A. Reference InformationFilter Types

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