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Have I been using my 8240a GLM manager incorrectly?

dumbo, modified 11 Years ago.

Have I been using my 8240a GLM manager incorrectly?

Padawan Posts: 78 Join Date: 12/20/09 Recent Posts
All this time I've been thinking that the a single point measurement optimized the system response for a specific point and that the multi-point measurement was used to create a broader (but less optimal) sweet spot. I thought this was so that multiple engineers could work at the same time. Anyway, I recently did a multiple measurement setup for guests where listening wasn't so critical and I found that the corrected response was significantly better that that achieved with a single point measurement. Does this mean that the more data you feed the GLM manager the better it's able do the correction?
dumbo, modified 11 Years ago.

Re: Have I been using my 8240a GLM manager incorrectly?

Padawan Posts: 78 Join Date: 12/20/09 Recent Posts
In fact I tried this with a couple positions and I got a better "Autocal optimized response" each time I used a multipoint measurement. Why would this be if a single point measurement is supposed to give the best results for a specific sweetspot?