Having trouble determining which is the best brace height for my bow using the sound of the bow. Have been reading about an alternative as follows:
Set at lowest height recommended by manufacture and at about 50m shoot 18 arrows or so and plot the arrows to determine the vertical height of the group. Increase brace by 1/16 or 1/8 inch and insure nocking remains constant, adjust if required. Shot another 18 or so arrows at the same sight setting at new brace height and plot to determine vertical height of group as before. Continue until you reach the highest brace height recommended by the manufacture.
The brace height that has the highest vertical group height will be the best to use as it means that the energy transfer from bow to arrow is at its maximum (bow should be at its quietest).
Does this sound sensible. :confused