Well not completely gone, just attenuated from my front stage. Using the bridged mono attenuated from here:
At first the volume sounded lower and the tone was hollow. I figured I just needed to get used to it. So I gave it a days listen. The second day I realized that as the volume level seemed only slightly decreased, everything sounded way more detailed. It was a crisper, defined sound, and the volume decrease must be the decrease in interference: interference = increased levels.
Now that I'm getting more of a grasp on my front stage, I have a few questions.
1.My front door speakers are beside the legs.when I move my leg I hear the change. The legs are getting in the way. Any suggestions to make up for some of this without any major mods to the door panel?
2. Are 2" and 3" full range drivers interchangeable with 1" tweets?
3.How can you set your amps frequencies accurately besides just guessing. Oscope or dmm method?
4. How many and What speaker sizes for the front stage, and crossovers points and slopes would be ideal?
5. Any other hints for setting up the front stage? Am I asking the right questions? Time alignment isn't an option at the moment Door treatment will be done later but besides that.